G-Eazy has been relatively quiet on the music front since he dropped off his latest album, The Beautiful & Damned back in December, but today that all changes as the Bay Area rapper returns to the scene with Yo Gotti and YBN Nahmir for a new song called “1942,” which will see life on the upcoming Uncle Drew soundtrack.
Over production from Hitmaka, Young Gerald raps about not following the rules and doing what he wants, like blow with his girl at the club. “I don't follow rules and they don't like that/ Hit the club with wifey, brought a dime back,” Gerald spits after the two were caught in a photo doing blow on a yacht a couple months ago. It follows up Uncle Drew’s first single “Cocky” featuring A$AP Rocky, Gucci Mane & 21 Savage.
Take a listen to the new collab and let us know who laid down the best verse? (Record available on iTunes)
Talkin' it, but you ain't livin' like that
The Porsche cost a hundred, this is twice that
Flooded all my diamonds, Poland Spring
Back in Oakland I'm a king, I know and Halsey is a ting
Yeah, 'Rari detailed, there's not a speck of dust on it
I'ma get the bag, you can put some trust on it
Everything is new, so it's never rust on it
And her booty so big you could park a bus on it