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G-Eazy and YG just released their most recent collaboration, “Endless Summer Freestyle.” G-Eazy just wrapped up his The Endless Summer Tour, where he was on the road with Lil Uzi Vert, Ty Dolla $ign and YBN Nahmir.
The two West Coast rappers rap about the current climate of events in America over a sample from the 1956 track “Neki-Hokey.” Fans hope that this freestyle is a foreshadow of another project, The Endless Summer II from G-Eazy.
In his verse, YG raps about his daughter Harmony and Colin Kaepernick. He also addresses racism and “takes a moment of silence for all this racist shit we goin’ through.” Earlier this year, G-Eazy criticized Kanye West for his support of Donald Trump. YG and G-Eazy have gotten political together before, as G-Eazy hopped on the remix of YG’s “FDT.”
We’re all still waiting on your answer, the floor is yours https://t.co/BZD9yFBP54
— G-Eazy (@G_Eazy) August 12, 2018
The two used this freestyle to unload their thoughts about what has been going on in terms of politics these past few months. Listen to the full track below!