G-Eazy, Joey Bada$$ and Enisa go to work on “Ain’t A Damn Thing Change” from Statik Selektah’s 8 album. With additional production from Brady Watt, Cas Weinbren and Utril Rhaburn, this joint goes.
For those who think that G-Eazy can’t rhyme, think again. The Bay Area talent connects with 9th Wonder and shows his ass on the ultra dope “Maximum.” Whew.
The unlikely pairing of Raekwon and G-Eazy yielded some super dopeness. Now you get to see the two on camera in Los Angeles making their way to the “Purple Brick Road.”
The pairing of Raekwon and G-Eazy may seem odd at first, but rest assured that this is a banger. The Chef and Mr. Eazy team up over some dope J.U.S.T.I.C.E. League production for “Purple Brick Road” from Raekwon’s album The Wild.
Statik Selektah takes a swing at remixing G-Eazy’s “Rebel” and the results are just as good as his crack at Action Bronson’s “Muslim Wedding.” Off of The Best of A3C (Remixed by Statik Selektah) project.