It really is the youth who's dictating what's relevant and what's not.
You see, Kanye West is actually to blame. After listening to Eminem on repeat in his mom's Saturn, he had decided to pursue a creative career. I think that just comes with the territory. If it makes me a smaller artist or I play smaller shows because Donald Trump voters aren't coming to my shows then I don't care. "I have enough - I feel like I'm famous enough. "I walked out and saw Kanye and everybody in their seats staring up at me, I'm not going to lie, I got nervous as shit." G-Eazy explains from the salon chair in a downtown New York barbershop.. There isn't an "ounce of chill" in G-Eazy's body. To avoid personalized advertising based on your mobile app activity, you can install the DAA’s AppChoices app here. But it's like journalists and critics don't have the power that they used to. It's okay to not be okay sometimes. It again comes back to "the youth," who he credits for the way a track like "Bodak Yellow" or an artist like NAV, has resonated. With rap you have to have this persona and maintain the image. You work hard your whole life to put yourself in that position and taking an opportunity like that could elevate your whole shit," G-Eazy says agitatedly. "If I took it all personally I would hate myself. "Him using that platform, him saying what he said, and saying it with that amount of passion and intensity. It's a lot of pressure."Much of that pressure comes from the fact that G-Eazy is a polarizing artist. If you watch the video closely, you can see G-Eazy gently grip Spears' neck and lean in, while the superstar ever-so-slightly shakes her head. Kendrick Lamar's appearance on Taylor Swift's "Bad Blood" felt jarring and Katy Perry's recruit of Migos for "Bon Appetit" was just as bizarre.
G-Eazy Survived His Own Self-Destruction - PAPER.
CASSIE FEAT. G-EAZY – ‘LOVE A LOSER’ LYRICS. When I went for it I should have just fully gone for it. When you start to feel like you're losing that, starting to losing your relevance or taking a step backwards, that's not a bad day of work, that's an existential crisis