This afternoon, the Bay Area's G-Eazy released "Say" featuring French Montana. Montana is the second big name G-Eazy has featured recently. At the beginning of the month, Rick Ross hopped on the remix of G-Eazy's "I Mean It," which you can listen to here at Zumic.
In the song, G-Eazy wonders what his detractors will have to say once he's on top. He delivers two crisp verses where he discusses his success and his disparagers.
French Montana delivers a more thought-out verse than we usually get from him. He provides the track with a victorious attitude and it is great driving music. G-Eazy Tweeted last night that he would be dropping music that didn't make his last album, These Things Happen. It's surprising that such a big name like French Montana would be left off of the album. However, the album did extremely well regardless, debuting at number three on the Billboard's 200 chart, and number one on their R&B / Hip-Hop Albums chart.
It appears G-Eazy's on his way to becoming a big name in hip hop. "Say," produced by Ty Fyffe, is available for free download by clicking the down arrow in the player above.
Keep up with French Montana through his Zumic artist page.
Source: G-Eazy Official SoundCloud