Music & Culture

5 Songs That Made G-Eazy a Rap Music Standout

1. “Plastic Dreams (featuring Johanna Fay)”

Off of his debut album, Must Be Nice, released in 2012, Gerald collaborated with his friend Johanna Fay. The song talks about their high school life passing by and how life could change if their music makes it big. As G-Eazy says, “Five mixtapes can’t change up my social status // And my balance, but a Top 40 hit will.”

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Amrutha Satti

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