G-Eazy drops two new tracks

“Moana” x Jack Harlow and “Angel Cry” x Devon Baldwin available now

Multi-platinum selling superstar G-Eazy continues to keep his fans busy with the release of two new songs – “Moana” with Jack Harlow and produced by Zaytoven, and “Angel Cry” with Devon Baldwin.

The hypnotizing beat and melodic flows of “Moana” are accompanied by a stuck-in-the-house, quarantine-inspired music video – watch here – which features Jack Harlow, fresh off the release of his hit single “What’s Poppin.” The visual showcases the trio collaborating and producing the song through various platforms, such as Triller, TikTok, YouTube, FaceTime, and iMessage. The video is also packed with a ton of celebrity cameos including Diddy, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Foxx, Blake Griffin, Marshawn Lynch, YG, Ty Dolla $ign and Trippie Redd, along with legendary radio personalities from the East Coast and West Coast including Big Boy, Sway, Ebro in The Morning, The Breakfast Club, and a slew of other dancers, influencers and familiar Bay Area faces.

The introspective track “Angel Cry” features vocals from pop songstress Devon Baldwin alongside an equally serene visualizer.

G-Eazy continues to deliver innovative video content throughout the quarantine, starting with his music video for “Still Be Friends” where he partnered with an adult entertainment company for its release, which as of late, has experienced one of the largest spikes in user engagement, leading up to today’s releases: a cleverly executed social media-influenced video for “Moana” juxtaposed with a beautifully shot B&W performance art piece for “Angel Cry” with Devon Baldwin crying naked on a foggy Northern California mountaintop.

He has also linked up with his own artist and fellow Bay Area rapper Kossisko to further entertain. Additionally, in his continued efforts to give back to his hometown community, G-Eazy recently announced his Endless Summer Fund was partnering with Larkin Street Youth Services to provide meals to local at-risk youth every day for an entire month.

G-Eazy’s momentum continues after gracing the cover of GQ Italia’s January Fashion Issue earlier this year.

Author: Buddy Iahn

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