West Coast rapper G-Eazy has been arrested. The “No Limit” crooner was taken in by authorities after assaulting two men at the Boom Boom Room nightclub in Manhattan.
The 32-year-old pulled up to the club around 12: 40 AM and was turning up in a VIP area for a Lacoste clothing company party when he was asked to move by another man. Eazy and his entourage reportedly then assaulted the man and another that was outside. He will go to court over the matter in October after being arrested on Monday.
The victims identified G-Eazy at the scene, officials said. Cops took him into custody Monday without incident and gave him a desk appearance ticket to appear in Manhattan Criminal Court on Oct. 1. (NY Daily News)
West Coast rapper G-Eazy has been in serious work mode, so hopefully this doesn’t impact his creative process too much. The hip-hop star has announced his latest studio album, These Things Happen Too, officially arrives to the masses in the coming days.
Barring any last-minute changes, Gerald’s new LP will arrive September 24 via BPG/RVG/RCA Records. Eazy lit up his social media pages to plug the project’s reveal with a cinematic trailer.
The announcement comes alongside an album teaser trailer featuring a brand-new track aptly titled, “The Announcement.” The hard-hitting anthem marks a triumphant return to the artist’s hip-hop roots and signature flows, with cheeky lyrics detailing his evolved rockstar status, as G confidently steps into the booth to deliver the sequel to his 2014 album These Things Happen.
The new project is going to give fans the first studio album from Eazy since 2020’s Everything’s Strange Here project. The LP will also make several connections to his 2014 debut album.
The long-awaited album will showcase G’s multi-faceted artistry with a diverse, yet eclectic body of work. These Things Happen Too highlights G’s growth since his debut LP, while also paying homage to its now classic and fan-favorite tracks. On “I, Me & Myself” G brings the album full circle, reflecting on the changes in his life and career since his first Top 10 single “Me, Myself & I” featuring Bebe Rexha. The album will also include the much-buzzed-about unreleased song titled “Breakdown” featuring GRAMMY-nominated singer Demi Lovato, which was teased last month in a trailer for the new Netflix series “Titletown High.” The track has already racked up thousands of pre-saves, as fans eagerly await new music off of G-Eazy’s forthcoming album.
The rap heavyweight should have plenty to talk about, possibly even about his recent breakup. In February 2021, buzz developed about Eazy and girlfriend A