G-Eazy Drops New Track “Endless Summer Freestyle” Featuring YG
With fall in full swing, G-Eazy isn't quite ready to let summer go.
On Monday (Oct. 2), the Bay Area rapper linked with Compton's YG to keep summer alive with "Endless Summer Freestyle."
Though the loose track was originally set to appear on G-Eazy's Endless Summer 2, the project has since been scrapped due to copyright issues.
Nonetheless, with Gerald fresh off his 33-date "The Endless Summer Tour" and YG promoting his August-dropped album Stay Dangerous, the West Coast rappers flex braggadocios verses on their luxurious lifestyles over the 1956 track “Neki-Hokey” by The Cleftones.
"I step on stage and a star is born/ Ten years ago nobody knew that I'd be far gone/ In London, drippin' head to toe in Comme De Garçon/ Garage is runnin' out of space to put these cars on," G-Eazy spits before tossing the mic to YG, who takes it full circle and reminds us to stay grounded and pay attention to the inequalities of the world.
At the tail end of the track, the beat cuts off before G-Eazy rhymes his powerful outro.
"Cops killin' black kids and get off scot-free/ What's the difference, what would happen if a cop shot me?/ White privilege is real, black lives matter/ I hope the barbecues at Lake Merritt get blacker/ Town s**t/ Racial inequality, police brutality/ This s**t is all real, please pay attention to reality."
Stream "Endless Summer Freestyle" below.