- G-Eazy: The Beautiful & Damned review – overwrought raps and smug self-love
- Watch G-Eazy’s ‘The Beautiful & Damned’ Short Film
- G-EAZY to Release 'The Beautiful and Damned' Album and Short Film December 15th
- G-Eazy Releases ‘The Beautiful & Damned’ Short Film [WATCH]
G-Eazy: The Beautiful & Damned review – overwrought raps and smug self-love
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The party life is sapping his potential. Bay Area rapper G-Eazy named his new double album The Beautiful and Damned after the book, he says, because he was struck by the duality in the title, but the two works are linked by more than just a name. Like Patch, G-Eazy is locked in a struggle to live up to his potential, tussling with the wiles of the nightlife to honor his talent and clinging to the healing light of love to find redemption. Damned is too fond of the party life to put it down. His radio songs borrow liberally from Drake, both in their scrappy, boorish low-register melodicism and their plodding, workmanlike flows. The tragedy of the Fitzgerald novel the album is named after is that its protagonist secures everything he needs in life very early on but runs himself and his family ragged in his cold quest for more.
The album's cover art and release was released on November 8, The film was directed by Bobby Bruderle alongside G-Eazy, who co-wrote it and was released as an Apple Music exclusive. In an interview with Angie Martinez , he revealed the album's concept. In a more mixed review, Sheldon Pearce of Pitchfork Media gave the album a 5. The whole thing is unbelievably dour and boring.
Watch G-Eazy’s ‘The Beautiful & Damned’ Short Film
G-EAZY to Release 'The Beautiful and Damned' Album and Short Film December 15th
Seiter and released by Warner Bros. The film, based on the F. To publicize the film, Jack L. Warner , announced that the film's stars, Kenneth Harlan and Marie Prevost, would marry on the film's set. The publicity stunt worked and thousands of fans sent gifts and letters to the couple. However, Warner was unaware that Prevost was still secretly married to her first husband, Sonny Gerke.
G-Eazy Releases ‘The Beautiful & Damned’ Short Film [WATCH]