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Dealing with fame is a full-time job that many fail to translate into amazing art, but G-Eazy doesn’t seem have an issue with it. The music indicates that he was well prepared for this moment, his first two albums fitting together like puzzle pieces. This second offering isn’t much of a departure from the first. Certain songs on These Things Happen paved the way for Eazy to fully develop this darker tone.
When It’s Dark Out is a beautiful, conflicted body of work that finds G-Eazy at his most vulnerable. Everything he said the album would be is what it turned out to be. I have to say, this album quickly has become a personal favorite of 2015.
As I finished listening to the LP again earlier today, I was left wondering where G-Eazy goes from here. Is it time to fully embrace fame and everything that comes with it? Is the third album where G will cross over into the mainstream with a big hit single? I really felt like “Downtown Love” was a top 10 Billboard hit, but RCA never pushed it. G has the potential to make more records in that vein.
It will be interesting to see what’s next, but for now it’s time to appreciate When It’s Dark Out.
|A3.||Me, Myself & I||Bebe Rexha||04:12|
|A4.||One Of Them||Big Sean||03:19|
|B1.||Of All Things||Too Short||03:32|
|B4.||Don't Let Me Go||Grace Sewell||03:12|
|B5.||You Got Me||03:25|
|C3.||Some Kind Of Drug||Marc E. Bassy||03:42|
|C4.||Think About You||Bianca Quiñ...||03:00|
|C5.||Everything Will Be Ok||Kehlani||05:11|
|D2.||Nothing To Me||E-40, Keysh...||05:31|
|D3.||The Otherside (Bonus Track)||E-40, Keysh...||03:48|
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