G-Eazy has been hinting at returning to his roots with a follow-up venture to his 2011 Endless Summer mixtape. Young Gerald added gas to the hypothesis by kicking off October with a particular deal with for followers, teaming up with fellow West Coast native YG for the braggadocious "Endless Summer Freestyle" on Monday.
The Bay Area native glides over the unorthodox "Neki-Hokey" pattern straight out of the '50s with ease. Eazy then boasts about his capacity to financially parlay his attractiveness into checks. "I’m all the time enjoying either side/ Model cash, rap cash, baggage double-sized/ Recognize, yeah, it’s all mine/ Believe I’mma revenue off this jawline/ Buying jewellery is getting previous," he rhymes.
YG takes the baton and implements a extra severe method, utilizing his platform to indicate assist for Colin Kaepernick and provides his tackle the state of racial relations within the United States. "But wait, my arms up, don’t shoot/ Moment of silence for all of the racist shit we going by way of/ Yeah, going by way of, going by way of/ Kap took a knee, they act like he let his gun shoot," the 4Hunnid Records artist raps.
Gerald handles the outro to again the Black Lives Matter motion and pleads with listeners to concentrate to what's occurring throughout America. "Cops killing black children and get off scot free/ What’s the distinction, what would occur if a cop shot me?/ White privilege is actual, black lives matter/ I hope the barbecues at Lake Merritt get blacker/ Town shit, racial inequality, police brutality/ This shit is all actual, please take note of actuality," G-Eazy emphatically states.
Listen to the "Endless Summer Freestyle" under.