West Coast

Album: Yet to be titled (2019)
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  • This song finds Oakland native G-Eazy and LA-based rapper Blueface outlining their Cali pride.

    Eazy expresses in his verse his delight in being from the Bay Area, as well as bragging about his The Beautiful & Damned album providing for his grandchildren.

    Blueface proclaims himself to be "the face of the West Coast," adding that he loves California as the best girls and the best weed can be found there.
  • Julia Lewis' production is built around the chorus of Oakland rapper Richie Rich's 1996 hit "Let's Ride." Julia Lewis is actually Ben Falik, a male producer from Berkeley, California.
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