“TB&D” Album Preview Party

What up G-Eazy Fans,

Happy first day of December! So, last night I attended G-Eazy’s Fan Appreciation Preview Party for his new album “The Beautiful & Damned” where he serenaded me (JK..I wish). He selected 7 different cities that pre-ordered his album the most and of course, The Bay was on the list. First of all, let me start by saying that I’m currently doing a liver cleanse. That means no drinking, no ganja, and no french fries. So, the party took place at The Midway in San Francisco. I walk in there’s a photo booth, TB&D merch being sold, catered food (looked like mini grilled cheese sandwiches) and an OPEN BAR sponsored by Stillhouse Whiskey that I’ve actually been wanting to try it too. FML!

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But, I was surprisingly okay drinking water from my red cup. And no, I didn’t eat the mini sandwiches..haha.  While everyone was getting their drink on, they then put on his new short film. Please be advised it is fucking sexy AF! Stay tuned, I only snapped a few shots. Also, I would say the venue had about 150 people, maybe less who got invited. Fans got a chance to get close and personal with the man of the hour.

After the film was over my girlfriend Maria was taking a picture of me (thanks again girl <3), you know for that OOTN. ^_^ While that was happening, the DJ was announcing that G-Eazy was coming out. We were in the VIP section at the last booth and who walks out from the back? The man himself, G-Muhfukkin-Eazy! And he totally winked at me when he walked by and this was my reaction. LOL

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And then, I fainted……..

I’m totally kidding, but it made my night. 😉 He rapped most of the songs from his new album while taking pictures and signing merch for his fans. By the way, the album is fire! His girlfriend Halsey was there too. They sang “Him & I” together and they are seriously so cute together!

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Outfit Deets:

Tee: Forever 21

Patent Black Booties: Forever 21 (Similar Style)

Vinyl Black Skirt: Pretty Little Thing

Tights: Dolls Kill (Sold Out)

Jacket: Thrift Store


Overall it was a such a great intimate night for all the lucky G-Eazy fans who were able to attend. Thanks for the invite Eazy!

xoxo

Letty

 

11/17 Playlist: Current Repeats

Hey Guys,

Here are my favorite songs I’ve been playing for the months of October and November. These past couples of months have been an emotional rollercoaster for me, love-wise. I hope you guys are having better luck in that aspect.  You might be able to notice that through some of the song titles. But, all of these songs are my current favorites and on repeat. Btw G-Eazy’s new album “The Beautiful & Damned” drops on December 15th and I seriously can’t wait! The album is already fire!! Check out the last three songs under his name below to peep out some of the songs from the latest album.  I feel like this album is going to speak to my soul. Do you ever have that? When your going through something in life and a certain song/album just speaks to you and you feel like “Damn, that’s my fucking life being sung right now”…and then you just don’t feel so alone. Well, regardless I hope you enjoy this playlist and possibly find a new favorite song! ❤

xoxo

Letty


Hip Hop
G-Eazy – “Nothing Wrong“, The Beautiful & Damned” & “No Limit” & “The Plan
Roy Woods – Say Less
Karol G, Bad Bunny, Quavo – Ahora Me Llama
Bebe Rexha – I Got Time
Sy Ari Da Kid – TLC
Lary Over, Anuel AA, Bryant Myers, Almighty – Tu Me Enamoraste
Dua Lipa – New Rules 

Chill/Pop
Halsey – “Strange Love“, “Strangers“,  “Bad at Love” & “Eyes Closed
The xx – Intro
Cuco – “We Had to End It” & “Amor De Siempre”
Mansionair – Easier
Two Feet – “Go F*ck Yourself“, “Love is a Bitch” & “Had Some Drinks
Hippie Sabotage – Options
Organic Audio – Nurega
Zhu & Nero – Dreams
Porcelain Black – Player Hater
La Roux – Colorless Color
Beatrich – Superstar
Stalking Gia – Second Nature

Rock
The Killers – The Man
The Clash – Should I Stay or Should I Go 
Nickelback – Burn It To The Ground
Saliva – Superstar
Secret Machines –  Nowhere Again