West Coast rapper G-Eazy really met face-to-face with Young Hov. The hip-hop star hit up social media this week to share an epic moment alongside rap icon and official billionaire JAY-Z at the Golden State Warriors NBA Finals Game 3.
West Coast rapper G-Eazy is soaking in his 30 years on Earth. The hip-hop star went to Instagram Saturday to acknowledge reaching the huge milestone and share some epic moments from his birthday party.
Young Money’s Nicki Minaj just stole the entire spotlight from the newly released “Wobble Up” music video. The hip-hop superstar pulls through and demands much more than respect alongside Chris Brown and G-Eazy in the twerk-filled visual.
West Coast rap stars G-Eazy and E-40 pulled through to see their hometown team come up big in last night’s Western Conference Finals Game 1. The Bay Area hip-hop artists shared pics on Instagram of themselves clocking in friendship goals at the Portland Trail Blazers/Golden State Warriors face-off.
NBC Bay Area’s Emmy Award-winning series Bay Area Revelation returns with Culture of Hip Hop premiering Saturday, April 27 at 10 p.m. The one-hour documentary will explore how Hip-Hop has influenced the Bay Area and tells the story of the entrepreneurial artists who created their own sound and set their own rules.
“The Bay Area is home to a thriving hip hop scene, producing legendary artists who paved their own road, and emerging talent who are using their skills and creativity to express the reality of life in our neighborhoods,” said Stacy Owen, President and General Manager of NBC Bay Area. “In Culture of Hip Hop, we’re able to connect with the people behind the personas and show why hip-hop is more than just a music genre.”
Bay Area rappers are known for their self-made hustle – whether it is selling cassettes out of the trunk, starting their own music labels, or generating their own buzz on social media. These artists created their own lingo and started new social trends.
Culture of Hip Hop gives viewers an inside look at Bay Area hip hop from several artists within the industry who share stories of their struggles, their “big break” and what keeps them going. The film begins with interviews with pioneering rappers Too Short and E-40 who describe the early days of their careers recording, marketing and selling their own music. Their music influenced future generations of self-made Bay Area rappers, some of which are also featured in the film including global star G-Eazy, Saweetie, Kamaiyah, and Nef the Pharaoh. Other interviews include legendary Bay Area DJ’s Big Von and Chuy Gomez and hip hop historian Davey D.
“Bay Area Revelations: Culture of Hip Hop” airs Saturday, April 27 at 10 p.m.
A source close to the situation told HollywoodLife EXCLUSIVELY that MGK and Young Gerald are “thankful” their beef has been squashed. “G-Eazy and Machine Gun Kelly officially have called a truce and it all went down in Las Vegas before they performed last night,” our insider told us. “Eminem, who is a friend of both Kelly and G-Eazy, got involved and told them their beef should be squashed and was the mastermind behind the make-up.” (Hollywood Life)
During their rap feud allegedly over Eazy’s bae Halsey, the Oakland native trolled MGK with a pic of himself and Eminem.
MGK and Eminem have since exchanged diss records – “Rap Devil” and “Killshot,” respectively. The bad blood doesn’t look like it’s going to end anytime soon. In celebration, and to taunt MGK, G-Eazy has taken to Instagram to post a throwback photo of himself with Eminem and the caption “Let’s talk about it” (a phrase MGK has been using since the release of “Rap Devil”). (Cleveland)
Ever since the release of his breakthrough single “Thotiana,” Blueface has been making all kinds of noise and though he got tripped up for a second he’s not slowing his roll whatsoever and is chugging along accordingly.
Today the LA artist shows some California love to his home state with his black-and-white visual for “West Coast” where he’s joined by G-Eazy, YG and The Town’s ALLBLACK. Mobbing hard through the city of angels in some luxury drop tops and lowriders, the music video embodies all aspects of California living including palm trees, plaid button-up shirts, Dickie Pants, and Chuck Taylors along with appearances from OG E-40 and Richie Rich. By the way we were kinda surprised to see someone rocking a bubble coat in that Cali weather but maybe he had a cold. We don’t know.
Check out “West Coast” below and let us know who you think should be on a possible remix to the joint.
West Coast rapper G-Eazy‘s business partner Stillhouse is taking legal action against alcoholic beverage giant Bacardi. According to a new press release, Stillhouse CEO Brad Beckerman sued Bacardi and other companies for $100 million for extortion, fraud, financial malfeasance and more.