G-Eazy may be pretty easy going, but he got pretty candid while touching on his "Everything Will Be Okay" single featuring Kehlani.
"It's definitely the most personal, most honest, most vulnerable song I've ever made," he told REVOLT. "And I just chose to bare it all, be fully out there—naked."
The Oakland rapper also talked about his recently released When It's Dark Out album, now available on iTunes, and his new tour kicking off on New Year's Eve in Lake Tahoe, California.
Reporting by Chris Roy