G-Eazy Quotes and Sayings

These are inspirational, motivational, wise, and funny G-Eazy quotes, sayings, and proverbs that inspire us. See more quotes by topic on Quotelicious.

  • Full name: Gerald Earl Gillum
  • Born: May 24, 1989
  • Born in: Oakland, California, United States
  • Occupation: American rapper
  • Height: 6ft 4in (193 cm)
  • Weight: 83kg (183 lbs)
  • Net worth: $9 million

G-Eazy quotes about love

 

I was 14 years old when I started rapping and I was terrible. I fell in love with it though and when that happens with me I become super passionate and go all the way with it.

I’ve been in love with music since I was old enough to establish my taste.

 

I fell in love with hip-hop at an early age as a culture, as a sound, both from the perspective of a fan and a creative outlet.

I love the road. The closest thing to home, for me, is being on a tour bus, ironically.

 

I love being in a room in front of an audience who cares about the music, who knows the music, and who has lived with the music. It’s kind of like an experience you share. I’m on stage performing it, but they’re singing the words, too.

 

There’s multiple ways I express myself. Music is my first love and will always come first. But, there are other areas and industries I’m interested in that reflect different aspects of my lifestyle.

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G-Eazy quotes about life

 

Life is good. I’ve got a apartment that is paid for with rap money. It’s good. It’s amazing. It’s a blessing. I wake up every day and appreciate how much of a blessing this is getting to do this. But it is important to always stay humble, grounded, focused, and maintain that same ambition you had when you had nothing.

Something I stand for is being brave enough to invest in creative ideas that I firmly believe in and bringing those to life.

 

I think it’s natural for a creative to be sensitive. If I’m in the studio and I write something, I think it’s the greatest thing in the world; it’s like my baby. I just made something out of thin air that exists now in a tangible form. It’s the biggest thrill in my life.

Less is more. Simplicity is awesome. That’s all you need in life. It’s just my personal philosophy.

 

I read the Steve Jobs book, and that kind of changed everything. I’ve been, like, an Apple geek my whole life and have always seen him as a hero. But reading the book, and learning about how he built the company, and maintaining that corporate culture and all that, I think that influenced me a lot.

 

I’ve never fit in anywhere in my life. Ever.

 

Anything back in New Orleans is definitely nostalgic. I really played my first shows of my life and learned to perform here. I learned how to work a stage and how to connect with a crowd. It all started here.

 

I’ll be a Bay kid for the rest of my life. That’s in my veins; that’s in my bones.

 

G-Eazy quotes about friends

 

Rapping was something I always wanted to do, so after school, my friends and I would catch the bus to my house and just sit there writing songs, every day.

 

My friends put me on to Mobb Deep when I was a little kid. I’ve always been a big fan.

G-Eazy quotes about music and success

Success is just being able to do what I love for a living, spend all my time doing it, connect with fans, and continue that for a long f – king time.

 

I think the most important thing is to be yourself and be genuine and don’t try to tell anybody else’s story but your own. And if it comes from a genuine place, I think people can tell, and if it doesn’t, I think people can tell, and I think that eventually it shows.

 

Chance The Rapper makes some of the greatest music out, and he build his brand up organically, and the fans have reacted to it.

I’m the type of person that rises to the occasion, and when work is in front of me, I do work.

 

Music is only special when it’s coming from a genuine place – it’s just energy trapped in a bottle.

 

I’ve definitely grown and evolved as a person, as an artist, you know. Just in terms of my style, my taste, my influences, everything… That’s a part of being an artist I think.

I don’t want to be a small-time, independent, successful rapper.

 

I don’t go in the studio to make music that won’t matter. I go in every night to try to make a point and make the best music that I can make.

 

Some people will like it. Some people will hate it. Some people are indifferent. And you have to live with that as an artist. You wanna be appreciated, you wanna be liked, but you know, it’s just not realistic for everyone.

 

The gatekeepers don’t control the gates, and the powers that be aren’t as powerful.

 

I think being a rock star is a little bit different than being an athlete or even a movie star.

I’ve always dreamt big and the dream is to keep making music.

 

Music is one of the toughest industries, so I respect everybody who has travelled any distance, come far in this music business and achieved anything because it is so hard, and there are so many people out there these days.

 

In my opinion, creative control means a lot, I feel like I’m really in touch with who my fans are and what they like about my music, and I’m able to communicate directly with them.

 

I think when you’re telling a story from inside of you that’s genuine, people connect with it.

 

When I started making music, I was so heavy into the hyphy movement. That’s something you only know so much about if you were right there living in it, submerged in the culture.

 

My whole career has been from scratch, so I never took it for granted that people care and support what I do.

 

I think it’s natural for a creative to be sensitive. If I’m in the studio and I write something, I think it’s the greatest thing in the world; it’s like my baby. I just made something out of thin air that exists now in a tangible form. It’s the biggest thrill in my life.

 

Word of mouth is the most valuable form of marketing, but you can’t buy it. You can only deliver it. And you have to really deliver.

 

I see myself as a hip-hop artist, but I never wanted to make music for a specifically white audience. That’s not what I grew up around.

 

I don’t know if most people know it or not, but I produce, like, 95% of my own stuff.

 

It’s on the people to dictate what is relevant and what is moving.

 

If you’re not out living, then you’ve got nothing to talk about.

 

You’d die very sad if you tried to make everyone in the world happy, you know what I mean? You can’t; no one can.

 

It’s our approach to treat each show like an arena show. We over-invest in production to make the stage look bigger, turning the show into an experience and not just somebody standing around with a microphone rapping.

 

What costs the world to you as a working kid fresh out of college costs nothing to you as a successful musician.

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