The Beautiful & Damned Short Review

G-Eazy (Gerald Gillum) shows that he knows his way around modern rap with songs about drug dependency, joyless sex and the feelings of success. His boasts about fame, wealth and women are just an addition to the genuine sense of struggle that makes this album appealing. Despite the tedious repetition within songs like “Pray for Me” and “Gotdamn,” Gillum opens up to his fans and delivers one of his most inward focused albums to date.      

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