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G-Eazy Responds to Demi Lovato Dating Rumors .. Year-Old Dutch DJ Tries to Legally Change Age to 49 for Tinder Purposes. By Alex. Halsey and G-Eazy recently teamed up for their latest single, "Him and I," dating rumors in August when Halsey referred to the year-old. The year-old Now or Never songstress donned an eye-catching Halsey and G-Eazy stepped out for a date night in West Hollywood this.
His mother, Suzanne and art professor father, Eduard Gillum, separated when young Gillum was in the first grade.
His mother had started dating a woman named Melissa Mills at the time which left Gillum confused. He eventually had to go live with his grandparents in Berkeley, California, where he continued his education. They would later move to North Oakland. Gillum, however, continued his education at Berkeley.
Gillum attended Loyola University in New Orleans. This was where he met his producer, Christopher Andersson, who was also enrolled there.
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This and a lot of other events led him to become a locally recognized talent in the East Bay Area. His biggest success at the time came when he was scheduled to be an opening act for artists like Lil Wayne and Snoop Dogg in His project, The Endless Summer featured a number of songs. The music video garnered over four million YouTube views. He went on a nationwide tour for the album with Shwayze in November In September ofGillum released Must Be Nice, his first for-profit full-length album, completely independent of a label.
It occupied the No. This success obviously had something to do with the recall from Lil Wayne to once again open for his America Most Wanted Tour in The album was released on June 23,in the U. Earlier this year Halsey made headlines after announcing she was "disappointed" in the American Music Awards for the lack of female representation among the nominees. It's this authenticity that G-Eazy finds so attractive — and what he believes is at the root of Halsey's success.
I think they see this image of whatever and think I'm some kind of way. I'm just as unsure of myself as everybody else is. I have days where I don't feel good, I'm not okay. It's okay to not be okay sometimes. I get super low. I get down on myself too and question everything.
G-Eazy raps about his demons on the title track — about his own split personality.
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It makes me wonder if he's ever sought professional help, but he tells me music is his therapy "it can be a great escape"or interviews like ours. I get anxiety talking on the phone in public places because I don't even like people listening to what I'm saying, so imagine me telling you this and then knowing a bunch of people are going to read it. This was a culmination of months dedicated to the studio.
There isn't an "ounce of chill" in G-Eazy's body. He hates time off. Plus the groove came easily when he began to embrace music as catharsis.
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He claims the album gives a glimpse into the colossal disappointment he's felt after finally living out his fantasy and realizing in the glitz and glamor of celebrity-dom he's lost Gerald. It was never his intention for the album to seem "preachy" he says, but it a direct denouncement of all of his vices.
So what are they? All three, you know. You wake up one day six or seven years later and you're like, 'Fuck, I've been doing this every day for all these years, do I need these things? When is the end point? I still use these things, but I'm just trying to get a grip before it's too late. None of us are. We're just people, but that takes a toll on the artist.
With rap you have to have this persona and maintain the image. It's a lot of pressure. He spent almost four years in the process of breaking out, gaining traction with mixtape-hit "Runaround Sue" and as the opening act for artists like Drake, Snoop Dogg and Lil Wayne.
It wasn't until These Things Happen, his album, that the pace started to pick up. The visual for "I Mean It," his fifth single from the project shows Gillum as a charismatic news anchor, interviewing his leather-clad alter-ego, G-Eazy.
The video now has almost million views, and proved G-Eazy's commercial viability as a rapper. Suddenly pop was pounding G-Eazy's door for features. Music's biggest stars — Bebe Rexha, Britney Spears — were recruiting the rapper for a verse. It was his collaboration with Rhexa that G-Eazy claims changed his life on a "commercial level. But it's like journalists and critics don't have the power that they used to.
It really is the youth who's dictating what's relevant and what's not. If Rolling Stone gives you a bad review, or XXL gives you three mics instead of five mics — it's not what it used to be. The choice to straddle the pop lane is just as a perilous path to tread for hip hop artist attempting to maintain their credibility with fans.Halsey & G-Eazy
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.
That's a huge opportunity that you worked hard to even be able to do. It's just a balance and I think at the end of the day it's all about staying true to yourself. I would feel suicidal every day because people can say crazy shit on the internet and then get away with it. You can't try to make everybody happy. I think that just comes with the territory. You can be the biggest thing in the world, you can be Kanye, Jay Z, and you're still going to be polarizing to an extent.
The world's attention span is decreasing by the minute, the rapper claims, and as a result audiences are looking for who's next — not who's already here.
While aforementioned pop princesses Katy Perry and Taylor Swift's recent releases weren't exactly sales flopsthere seemed to be far more cultural interest in the up-and-comers who were appeared organically ubiquitous, that is, sans the immense marketing teams constructing their success. G-Eazy isn't exactly calling the paparazzi to be seen on the scene, but he feels he needs to be accessible enough so that he isn't forgotten.
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. I don't have anything but this. He wanted a career in the industry "so badly" — it's a dream he's been chasing for as long as he can remember, and now he's living it.