Entertainment G-Eazy announces a new album
"Las Que No Iban a Salir", the new surprise album signed Bad Bunny
© Johannes EISELE / AFP Bad Bunny unveiled a new album last May 10 The Puerto Rican returns with a new project, only two months after the release from his latest opus "YHLQMDLG". The interpreter of "Mia" is not idle in this period of global confinement. After having unveiled the song "En Casita", Bad Bunny unveils a new album including the famous single.
The rapper announced the arrival of a new disc entitled "Everything's Strange Here".
It's official: pandemic or not, G-Eazy will release a new album entitled "Everything's Strange Here" on June 5.
The rapper tweeted about it: "8 weeks ago, I didn't know I needed to do this. The world was turned upside down, but many of us had the opportunity to reflect and evolve. This project is a representation of what I have been thinking about all this time and what I have experienced. It's honest and pure, it's me. Take it or leave it, That's what I feel."
The artist, whose real name is Gerald Earl Gillum, also revealed that the sequel to the album "These Things Happen" will be released shortly, writing: "These Things Happen Too is just around the corner."
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Furthermore, G-Eazy seems to be experimenting with music since his latest song "Free Porn Cheap Drugs" has been considered independent rock.
The star also revealed that even if he missed the tours, he admitted "grateful" to be able to continue making music during the coronavirus pandemic.
The singer of "Still Be Friends" recently said: "This pandemic has affected so many different industries, and in different ways. In the end, I'm just grateful that we can all continue to listen and consume music Some industries have been completely disrupted. Of course I miss the tours, and it's scary to think how long it may take us a long time before we can hit the roads again. But, as I said, I’m still grateful that I can at least create and play music all over the world. "
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Megan Thee Stallion has released her new song, 'Girls in the Hood', which samples legendary, late US rapper Eazy-E's 'Boyz-N-The-Hood'The 25-year-old rapper's new tune puts a spin on the star's 1987 hit track 'Boyz-N-The-Hood', and is her fourth release of the year.