Everyone loves a good collab. Sometimes all it takes is the right chemistry between two artists to take a regular track and turn it into something extraordinary—and nobody knows that better than James Dean reincarnate G-Eazy. Since first breaking out into the scene in 2008, G has worked with a multitude of artists spanning across different genres, and the grind is slowly paying off. Here’s 5 songs guaranteed to get you on the G-Eazy hype train:
Tumblr Girls with Christoph Andersson
Because you can’t talk G-Eazy without kicking it with one of his best songs to date, Tumblr Girls featuring Christoph Andersson could be best described as an eargasm. Whether you dig Christoph’s wavy synth work or G’s on point lyrics about a no-strings-attached relationship, this song is a gem through and through.
Make Me… with Britney Spears
While we all know she’s a superstar in her own right (I’ll never forget the days I used to tie my uniform the way she did in her One More Time music video), kween Britney has G to thank for making her comeback single Make Me a mainstream hit.
Let’s Get Lost with Devon Baldwin
Most people associate Gerald with sensual R&B tunes, so his sexy collab “Let’s Get Lost” with Devon Baldwin is a no-brainer (think Alina Baraz but bolder and less raspy). If you think you’re about to get laid, you can’t go wrong with this.
Me, Myself And I with Bebe Rexha
Easily one of the most overplayed tracks at any given Forever 21 store, it comes as no surprise Bebe’s catchy hook made this an instant pop hit on the radio. The official music video has over 279 million views and counting!
Down For Me with Carnage ft. 24 Hours
Down For Me is the kind of song you’ll hear your friend play at midnight when you’re at a chill drinking sesh with your friends down south. On an unrelated note, could we all just take a moment to appreciate Gerald’s daddy AF beard in the music video???
Get Away with Kehlani
A late night slow jam done by two of the hottest breakout artists of the past year. I think it’s safe to say these two have great musical chemistry.
Lady Killers with Hoodie Allen
You ever go out of the house and just feel your look for the day? In case you needed a song to match your confidence boost, G-Eazy hooks up with fellow rapper Hoodie Allen with this underrated track from his early days in 2012. You don’t need to be a Lady Killer to vibe to this.
90210 with Blackbear
Name a better duo than these two. I’ll wait.
Say Less with Dillon Francis
Aka the perfect Tinder anthem to let your matches know you’re DTF without being a total buzzkill. Say Less with Dillon Francis is bouncy brostep on crack, and we wouldn’t have it any other way. Anybody else think the drop sounds like an Arby’s commercial?
What’s your fave G-Eazy collab? Tell us in the comments!