Just over 2 years ago DJ and record producer Carnage announced that both him and rapper G-Eazy would be dropping a project together, though they stopped mentioning the track since then. However last night they decided it was time for its debut.
The track entitled “Guala,” featuring Thirty Rack was not only released as a single but also a video in a black and white scale was released as well. While listening to the track it can be said that there is certainly a kind of new age trap feel paired with heavy beats and strange alien-esk undertones.
Throughout the track, the tagline “Guala” is repeated as a euphemism for getting money and staying paid. It would seem as though the track was created almost as a way for both artists to try a new style of hip-hop, rapping about how they both made it to the top and are enjoying the benefits from money to women.
The black and white video was certainly an interesting concept.
In the video both thirty and G-Eazy are roaming the streets of what seems like a California neighborhood, though what stood out was how their heads are edited to be rather large, which to me played into the idea of how they’ve both made it so far in the industry, and now can be “big headed” and boast a bit.
Overall the song and video was unique and is certainly a new style for both artists.