G-Eazy Delvers a Suave Performance at Revelry

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    by Web manager
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    Tue May 06 2014
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If you're unfamiliar with G-Eazy, you must be living under a rock.

The Oakland rapper has quickly been making a name for himself in the music industry. Eazy took the stage on Saturday at the second annual Revelry Music and Arts Festival. Following a stellar performance, by songstress Sky Ferreira it was G-Eazy's turn at around 6:30. Although he wasn't the marquee act like Waka Flocka Flame or DJ Dillon Franics, G-Eazy still had a solid number of supporters in the crowd, and he definitely gave them their money's worth.

G-Eazy was styled in his usual wardrobe, a black leather jacket, dark shades, and skinny jeans, but decided to show some love for Madison, and wore a Wisconsin hockey jersey underneath. The show started, and from the get-go, Eazy had the crowd in the palm of his hand, asking them to raise their hands in the air, or finish lyrics for him, the crowd obliged happily. Eazy had a great stage presence, and even hopped off stage into the barricade to get closer with the fans.

The set list included a wide variety of music, including songs from his earlier mix tapes to his upcoming album “These Things Happen”. Standout songs included the slow paced “Marilyn” which features breathtaking vocals from Dominique LeJeune, “Runaround Sue” an old-school 1970's sounding song, that G-Eazy flips to sounds more modern, and “Let's Get Lost” which features Devon Baldwin vocals combined with Eazy's suave delivery, making a smooth and catchy song.

Be on the lookout for G-Eazy's newest album “These Things Happen” which available for pre-order and is due out June 23rd.

– Emerson Pappas

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