G-Eazy's sophomore album, When It's Dark Out, continues to do numbers on the Billboard 200, keeping a position within the top 30 for 28 weeks strong. The Bay Area spitter has been building off the success of his second studio album with a bevy of well-placed features. He recently touched the mainstream with an appearance on the new "Ghostbusters" film soundtrack alongside Jeremih, in addition to giving out features to Riff Raff and fellow Bay Area natives P-Lo and Marc E. Bassy; all this, and he's about to tour the country.
Today he leaks some new-new, with a collaboration that features Migos' Quavo, and airy production from DJ Mustard. Quavo has really been doing his solo thing lately too, you'll recall he was the only Migos member to appear on Travis Scott's single "Pick Up The Phone" as well as Kanye West's massive "Champions." Is Quavo vying for a career detached from Migos?
Want I'm saying right now that's too factual
You gotta have it there ain't no how-to manual
Cause everybody just ain't got the juice
I don't know who let these imposters loose
If she ain't fuckin then I toss the deuce
If you ain't living the fucking fullest then what the fuck's the use