September 26, 2012 No comments yet
It always blows my mind when artists like G-Eazy who hit Top 10 on the iTunes chart (he is currently #6 on Hip-Hop/Rap albums chart) can still release a free tape. As an artist that has been on MJF many times, you probably know G-Eazy most recently for his incredibly smooth “Plastic Dreams” or on the impeccably produced jam “Lady Killer” featuring Hoodie Allen (who he has been touring with recently). While G-Eazy’s retro style and sound is what made me take notice, it’s his talent for making consistently good stand-out music that gets me excited every time he has a new release. Must Be Nice is no exception.
“‘Must Be Nice’ is a snap shot of who I am and what I’m about, at this point in my life, it’s my first proper album to introduce me to the world so I wanted to create a cohesive body of work, with a consistent sound that would flow beautifully from top to bottom.” – G-Eazy
My Favorites: “Plastic Dreams,” “Lady Killer,” “Mad,” “Must Be Nice”