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Sounds like: Kid Cudi, Tyga, Kid Ink

What's so good?
By Chad L.A. Roberts | Jan 14, 2014 | Total plays: 2,380

Gerald Earl Gillum, aka  G-Eazy, is an Oakland, California native and most revered for his rendition of Deon and Belmonts' 1960's classic "Runaround Sue." Sure, his name sounds like he found it in a cereal box, but his musical talent is mountains away from being corny -- do you see what I did there?

The track "Fried Rice" featuring the French hip-hop beatmaker Onra is three years old, but remains fresh and catchy. The fusion of oriental melodies and American hip-hop conjures an attractive sound.

G-Eazy's latest album, Must Be Nice, was released two years ago, but the unforgettable rapper is slated to released original music to refresh our audio senses.
Chad L.A. Roberts
A twenty-something that listened to music more than his parents.
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