Published Oct 14, 2015Steadily rising Bay Area player G-Eazy has been making big moves for a few years now and has revealed plans to deliver another album by year's end. Though the details have yet to drop in full, the rapper is bringing light to his forthcoming When It's Dark Out LP via a new album trailer.
The record is due December 4 via BPG/RVG/RCA, marking his second major label release, following last year's hip-hop chart-topper, These Things Happen. As you'll see down below, the quick clip has the Oakland spitter walking through backstage areas and smashing audiences with his live show. It's scored by an as-yet-undetailed piece, here described by the "young, rich and handsome" G-Eazy as "the anthem."
Following last year's These Things Happen, which featured appearances from A$AP Ferg and E-40, G-Eazy's 2015 has seen him teaming up with EDM producer Borgore for "Forbes" and also issuing his "You Got Me" single earlier this month. You'll find a video for the latter below, along with the trailer.
A tracklisting has yet to go live for the new album, but an interview with XXL notes the record will close with a cut called "Everything Will Be Okay."
UPDATE (10/15, 1 p.m.): You can now see the album art above.