G-Eazy's "Almost Famous", produced by Christoph Andersson, takes listeners on a ride through the young rapper's career thus far, from touring the country to wild after parties. It also acknowledges how much farther there is to go in his budding career. The track's accompanying one-shot music video, directed by Bobby Bruderle, follows Eazy as he reflects on his career and ponders where he has to go from here. The clip is a nod to classic magazine covers, with tongue-in-cheek references to Rolling Stone, GQ, High Times, Hypebeast and more.Â
"Young with too much cash, watch how I came up fast / They say I'm next to get it, they bring your name up last / And while I made a splash, rappers came and passed / But still I ask myself 'How Long Does Famous Last?'"