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G-Eazy performs in Palm Springs, reflects on Coachella experiences

Beer Pong, macaroni, Cheetos, and a pool party with performance.

Adrien Vargas // REVOLT

G-Eazy teamed with Mountain Dew yesterday for their party surrounding the Coachella music festival called "Label Hotel." Talking place about 45 minutes from Coachella in Palm Springs, the Bay Area MC hit the stage Saturday afternoon before taking in sets as a spectator by acts like Gucci Mane later that night.

Eazy started with "You Got Me" where, of course, the crowd chanted, "Bitch, you got me f--ked up."

Afterward, G played into his playboy image with "I Might" where he rhymes "I might just f--k your bitch." The crowd loved it.

On "Calm Down," Eazy switched up lines to live in the moment of where he was; "I brought the whole city out" was swapped for "I brought Palm Springs out."

Instead of "having visions of ducking an A-listed," he switched the rap with, "Dreams of f--king a Coachella girl." And "I'm not found at the function if it's not lit" was replaced by "If Coachella ain't lit, I ain't feeling it."

"It's been a while since I put a album out," Eazy admitted to his fans. He said he appreciated their patience with him and that we had been dropping a few songs here and there. This led to his latest single "Good Life," the collaboration between him and Kehlani off the new Fate of the Furious soundtrack.

G's finale was his biggest hit "Me, Myself and I" which had hands in the air. Before he got onstage, Eazy told us he was almost done with his new LP. He also spoke on his Coachella experience this year, as well as in 2016.

"It was my mom's birthday," he said about his first Coachella last year. "I flew her out. I brought out Lil Wayne. He had never touched the Coachella stage. Coming back this year, I'm a little low key. I just popped up last night with Dillon Francis." Sunday's big headliner for Coachella is Kendrick Lamar who G said he is especially looking forward to.

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