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G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha
   
Number of songs: 1 | Total weeks on charts: 273
Appearing in a total number of: 20 charts | Total period running: 225 days
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G-Eazy has an agenda. For the last couple of years he's been trying to finish school while building up a grassroots fan-base across the US. Schooled in the bay, tested in New Orleans, G isn't a stranger to paying dues. His live shows have turned heads from the smallest of Midwest clubs all the way up to arenas on dates with Lil Wayne, Big Sean, and Drake, among others.
Without label support G has trekked across the US on multiple tours breaking hearts with his James Dean meets hip-hop vibe and unforgettable live shows. It's not hype. It's not a hit. It's not an image. It's all of the above, the product of diligence that only a true fan understands; G reinterprets what he loves, not what everyone wants to hear, but in 2011 its looking like those two paths are starting to merge.
Gʼs been a fixture on the local New Orleans rap scene for a few years and more recently in the music blogosphere, but in the last few months his popularity has surged and as his national profile has grown exponentially. His latest mixtape, The Endless Summer, produced Runaround Sue, who's sun stroked throwback video garnered over 100,000 plays on Youtube in the first week. But it all comes back to the live show, one New Orleans music critic summed it up... “the young crowd was reaching the levels of mass hysteria reserved for the 50s and 60s rock ʻnʼ roll legends to whom G-Eazy has been paying so much homage...” “In a style that is very much his own, G-Eazy's played shows with Girl Talk and Chiddy Bang, and toured with the likes of megastars Lil' Wayne, Big Sean, and (juuust right?) Drake."-San Francisco Bay Guardian
"He has that je ne sais quoi that makes someone a "firework.” His interactions with the crowd were seamless and his actual performance was perfection."-Earmilk
"G-Eazy came back from the tour knowing how to format a show, work a crowd, anddevelop an instant rapport with the audience." – East Bay Express

Bleta "Bebe" Rexha (born August 30, 1989) is an Albanian American singer-songwriter, known for her single "I Can't Stop Drinking About You", being the lead vocalist of the American band Black Cards created by Pete Wentz and for co-writing the number-one Billboard Hot 100 hit "The Monster" by Eminem featuring Rihanna.
Sources: Last.fm, Wikipedia


G-Eazy & Bebe Rexha in the news
Sons Of Apollo Announces First String Of US Shows As Part Of Worldwide Tour In Support Of #1 'Psychotic Symphony' Album (29/11/2017) GHS New Nickel Plate 5 String Banjo Sets (18/10/2017)
Yamaha Welcomes String Players Jacob Szekely, Mike Block And Charley Sabatino To The Yamaha Artist Family (13/10/2017) Ghs New Balanced Nickel Bass Strings (10/10/2017)
Taylor Hicks To Release New Single "Six Strings And Diamond Rings" On September 29, 2017 (15/09/2017) GHS Update Pedal Steel String Sets (05/09/2017)
Ernesto Cortazar Releases New Album "Piano & Strings" (29/07/2017) GHS Launches Andrew Molina Signature Series Ukulele Strings (18/07/2017)
New Music For Strings 2017 Festival (22/06/2017) Vitamin String Quartet Turns The Hits Of 2017 Inside-Out (31/05/2017)
Nikka Costa Releases Introspective New Song "Arms Around You"; 'Nikka & Strings' Out On June 2 (30/05/2017) University Of Mobile College Senior Lawrence Lee To Release Debut EP "Strings & Dreams" Weeks Before Graduation! (05/04/2017)
Nikka Costa Set To Release "Nikka & Strings, Underneath And In Between" This Summer (27/03/2017) GHS Strings Introduce Pure Nickel Mandolin Strings (24/03/2017)
Lipkind Plays Schubert · Tonhalle Zürich · April 8th, 2017 At 7:30PM · Triosatz, Arpeggione, String Quintet · Violino Basso Premiere (20/03/2017)
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