Dominating the music charts, the 26-year-old rapper Gerald “G-Eazy” Gillum is living out his childhood fantasies. From his roots in high school, the self-made artist has been putting in the groundwork for his career starting out in his bedroom in Oakland, California. With the success of his latest album and internationally sold-out tour, both utilizing the title When It’s Dark Out, it is obvious that G-Eazy has taken those seeds planted during his formative years and has carefully groomed his budding career into a massive garden admired by a following any creative horticulturalist would envy.
Lion Babe cover story for LADYGUNN issue #14:
"...So when I had the video, it was an opportunity to have this goddess version of myself, this otherworldly version—my hair times a thousand and saying, I feel free and wild and open! I’m coming into myself! The fact that it ricocheted off that, and people got it and that they felt that sense of representation and empowerment, it’s great. It’s definitely something I’ve been thinking about—its effect on everyone. I’ve been able to progress it. There’s so many other ways to wear your hair and honor who you are."
Located somewhere flourishing with palm trees, YC and Rocky are accompanied by what seems to be an infinite amount of woman clad in swimwear more so for aesthetic use rather than function.
Rapper Kai Ca$h is warming things up with his latest visual.
A go-to move in hip-hop, dedicating songs to your beloved mama will never go out of style.
Flipp Dinero is on his slight-flex, no-stretch flow on this sprint of a track.
Despite the cold weather, the tri-state area made their way to the Javits Center to shoot their shot at a chance to be on the long-running, NBC television show America’s Got Talent.
Nicki Minaj is on a roll with her feature game.
Recruiting the Queens native, Harlemite A$AP Ferg is “doing it for the city” with the remix to his hit “Plain Jane.”
Yes, this song is about exactly what you’re thinking. Keep your mind in the gutter.
After weeks of reigning on the top of the music charts, rapper Post Malone is pumping new life into his latest hit, “rockstar.”
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“I want my music to touch whoever it needs to touch. I don’t want there to be any boundaries or limits on who it speaks to.”
Unbiased words of a budding artist, rapper K’Valentine is ready to tear down the music industry with an open mind and unapologetic, contradicting duality.
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LIANA BANK$ interview for LADYGUNN issue #14:
"...I wanted to start writing in a diary, but they turned into songs. So I started singing them and making melodies and I would write one every single day. It was literally my journal. And because I was so shy and scared to tell people how I was feeling, but I had so much passion, I kept writing and writing. Now, it’s habit. Everything I’m feeling, sexually, emotionally, whatever, I write it down. They are definitely journal entries."