G-Eazy ‘These Things Happen Too’: Release date, livestream and all about 4th album
G-Eazy’s latest studio album is a follow up to his 2020 record ‘Everything’s Strange Here’ and a sequel to 2014 ‘These Things Happen’
G-Eazy, who was recently in news for getting arrested over allegedly assaulting two men in New York, is all geared up to drop his brand new studio album called ‘These Things Happen Too’. The ‘Beautiful & Damned’ hitmaker first announced the album on September 8 and revealed that his new studio effort will hit the Internet in September’s last week.
The 32-year-old rapper’s fourth studio album is a follow-up to his 2020 record called ‘Everything’s Strange Here’. For the unversed, ‘These Things Happen Too’ acts a sequel to his 2014 hit project ‘These Things Happen’. The album was the rapper’s first major record label album and it ended up peaking at number three on the Billboard 200 chart. ‘These Things Happen’ featured guest vocals from artists such as E-40, Jay Ant, Rick Ross, ASAP Ferg, Tory Lanez, Nipsey Hussle, Rockie Fresh, Kehlani, French Montana, and Too Short.
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G-Eazy’s ‘These Things Happen Too’ will hit the Internet on Friday, September 24. The album will be released via RCA Records.
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G-Eazy had first teased the album with an announcement video on Instagram and Twitter respectively. The video aptly titled ‘The Announcement’ saw the rapper maneuvering through rooms as he hits the recording studio. Eazy left a few breadcrumbs as he teased a portion of his new music in the background. In the video, the rapper, while taking over the mic, says, “I know it's been a long, long time. But, crazy people do crazy things. It's finally ready, I'll see y'all on Sept. 24, let's go."
On September 21, the rapper shared the official cover art of the album along with a trailer of the album. The cover art features the left profile of the rapper with a close-up shot of him looking at a light falling on him. The California-based hip-hop artist had first teased the idea of a sequel to his 2014 album way back in 2019 while speaking to his alma mater, as reported by Genius. The rapper recently also shared that he was hosting a listening party for his new album in Los Angeles on September 22. The Twitter post claimed that the event was open to all for free.
G-Eazy has not yet shared the official tracklist of ‘These Things Happen Too’. However, he had dropped a single with Demi Lovato called ‘Breakdown’ on September 17 which is expected to make the cut in the album. Eazy had also joined hands with Chris Brown on ‘Provide’ in February 2021 — another single that might be part of the official tracklist. MEAWW will keep you posted.