G-Eazy Switches Things Up With ‘Everything’s Strange Here’ Album

The Bay Area artist’s latest LP comes during the isolation that the majority of people have dealt with, including Gerald. He wrote the album during this time, finding inspiration and focus more on singing than rapping – something that he’s experimented with plenty of times in the past.

Just under a month ago, when protest around the world first started Eazy was set to release this album on June 5th. He soon took to social media to announce its new release date of June 26th.

24 hours before the album was to be released, Gerald released ‘Had Enough’, which to many is about Halsey and their breakup, expressing his side of the story.

The album has just one feature, being ‘All The Things You’re Searching For’ with Kossisko and new girlfriend Ashley Benson – who G-Eazy did a cover of Radiohead’s ‘Creep’ with just a couple of months ago.

G-Eazy described the album as a “ten song project that encapsulates my mindset and creative inspiration over the last few months.

8 weeks ago I didn’t know I needed to make this. The world has been turned upside down and inside out — but a lot of us have had the opportunity to self reflect and evolve.”

This project is a representation of where my heart and head have been at. It’s honest and pure – it’s me. Take it or leave it – this is how I feel.”




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