Fresh off the release of his highly-anticipated debut album, G-Eazy returns to bless the Booth with a standout cut off the set. On Say, a cinematically grimy Ty Fyffe instrumental sets the mood as the Oakland representative trades brash, braggadocious verses with South Bronx bruiser French Montana. While fans won’t be able find this whip-ready jam on a full body of work, previous single Lotta That and much more is available on Eazy’s These Things Happen LP, available now from online retailers.
Written by richard on 07/29/14
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"Make-Up Sex" (2011)
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