This week, the Oakland-born rapper celebrated the fifth anniversary of When It’s Dark Out with its long-awaited deluxe version. The updated record includes the original 17 tracks as well as two new cuts: “Years to Go” featuring Goody Grace and “Lifestyles of the Rich & Hated” with Rick Ross.
But that’s not all G-Eazy is delivering this month. The rapper is also dropping a deluxe version of his third studio album, The Beautiful & Damned, which will turn 3 years old on Dec. 15. He has yet to announce the titles of the additional TB&D cuts, but there’s a good chance he’ll perform them during his upcoming double-header livestream performance.
The anniversary event, which is being presented by NoCap, will take place on Dec. 22. G-Eazy will perform back-to-back sets of songs from the respective albums as well as never-before-heard material.