Music Review | G-Eazy: When it’s Dark Out
Bigoa Machar, Arts Editor
Maybe I’m a little hungry, but G-Eazy reminds me of a Calzone. You would never choose a Calzone over a pizza, but if it’s presented to you then you won’t say no to it. Well, G-Eazy is the rapper equivalent of a Calzone. While this album has some good singles like “Random” and “Me, Myself & I,” the album as a whole is really stagnant and he really only raps about how hard his personal life is, à la the Eminem school of rap music. Problem is, G-Eazy is the 234723th rapper to talk about his personal struggles, but he really doesn’t do it in a way that’s unique or special. So this Calzone right here is good in small doses, but it doesn’t fill my hip-hop appetite by any means.