The city of Oakland has an extensive pedigree of rappers to begin their career within its borders. From E-40 to Del the Funky Homosapien, the East Bay has long since held their rap community to nothing but the highest of standards. For Oakland native G-Eazy, his first show home since releasing his latest album was deeply personal, and an experience he repeatedly told the audience was the best night of his life.
One of the most esteemed rappers of this generation, G-Eazy returns home to the San Francisco Bay Area for a two-night installment on his “The Beautiful & Damned Tour.” The Oakland native returns home this week to show love to the city that raised him, and for fans on both sides of the Bay, the curtain call cannot come fast enough. Hometown shows are always special, but for an artist that mentions his hometown in what seems like every other song, G-Eazy’s homecoming promises to be a concert well worth the price of admission.