G-Eazy lets the world see his flaws in ‘Beautiful & Damned’.
Even though G-Eazy created a damn good strip club record in ‘No Limit’, I still think his best songs are the ones where he opens up. Much like Drake, G-Eazy does a good job of grabbing the attention of listeners with his transparency, and on this song you get lots of that. Never one to hold back, the Northern Californian discusses his battles with fame, drug abuse, and heartbreak on his verses, giving fans a chance to understand what’s really going on in his life.
The chorus that Zoe Nash lays down is phenomenal! Something about blue-eyed soul gives me goosebumps every time.