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The entertainment industry is churning out so many incredibly talented artists that it has become hard to keep count. You get to hear of a new prodigy or listen to a new song on a regular basis. With the rising importance and popularity of social media as well as song sharing websites like SoundCloud, it is becoming convenient for rising talents to reach out to a large audience at once. And the one person who seems to be cashing in on the benefits of technology is G-Eazy, the hottest new talent to come out of the music industry in recent years.
G-Eazy is an up and coming rapper hoping to achieve big things. He has made a more than decent start and things are looking quite good for him. He is one of very few hip hop artists out there who have been able to blend different rap styles together to come up with a unique blend. He has demonstrated his writing abilities by writing some hard hitting and brutally honest lyrics. This is one artist who is here to stay and you can now watch him perform. Get your G-Eazy tickets and enjoy watching this rising star live in concert.
G-Eazy was born in 1989 but his passion for music took a few years to develop. However, by the time he entered high school, he had already bought cheap mics and recording equipment so that he could experiment with music on his own and record them. The recordings convinced him that music was the only thing he wished to pursue in life and so after graduating from high school, Eazy enrolled himself at the Loyola University for their highly regarded music program.
G-Eazy found his true calling in college when he became obsessed with rap and started to develop a unique style. The experimentation led him to form a rap trio with two other boys from college and they called themselves the Bay Boyz. They travelled in and around the city, mostly playing underground shows which put them on the map and turned them into local celebrities. G-Eazy used this time to develop his style further and record several mixtapes as well as singles which were to be released online. These recording further helped cement his reputation as an up and coming star of the music industry.
By the time he graduated, G-Eazy had recorded six mixtapes and two EPs along with quite a few singles. He had garnered quite a reputation in music circles and was inundated with offers to join other established artists on tours including Drake and Snoop Dogg. He was invited to the Warped Tour which was among the longest running road trips in U.S. history. He recorded an album by himself titled 'Must be Nice' and released it online for free. It became a major hit that went as high as the third position on the iTunes Hip Hop Chart and further raised his already burgeoning reputation as a hip hop artist.
Several more tours followed as he travelled all around the country as well as Canada performing in major cities. He made it to the covers of magazines like Forbes and the Rolling Stone and was heralded as “one of the top artists to watch in 2013.” He was even asked to give a performance at the famous America's Most Wanted Festival nationwide tour which was managed by Lil Wayne.
In 2014 G-Eazy released another studio album titled “These Things Happen.” The response to the album turned out to be phenomenal as it outdid all expectations. It managed to reach the number one spot on the Billboard R&B charts and the Billboard Rap chart. It also managed to make it to the third spot on the Billboard US top 200 and went on to sell in excess of forty five thousand copies in the first week after its release.
Now with numerous countrywide tours under his belt, as well as two albums and several chart topping singles, G-Eazy's star just keeps on rising. It is a testament to his rising popularity around the world that Billboard called him “the young Elvis.” He has hit the road for a big tour and will soon make his way to your city. If rap is what gets you going, then grab your G-Eazy tickets and enjoy watching this rising star in concert live on stage.