Step Brothers

Stream G-Eazy & Carnage's Joint EP 'Step Brothers'

  /  03.31.2017

After premiering their hilarious big-headed “Guala” video, G-Eazy and Carnage continue the brotherly bond on their joint EP Step Brothers.

The four-track collection kicks off with the project’s lead single featuring Carnage’s alter ego Thirty Rack. Then, the duo gets hungry for more on the money-making anthem “Gimme Gimme.” The effort caps off with “Down for Me,” featuring an Auto-Tuned 24hrs.

In between those cuts is “Buddha,” which finds the grateful twosome joined by Smokepurpp. It’s on this track that Young Gerald aims at President Trump once again, reiterating the disdain he showed on YG’s “FDT Part 2.” “Donald might be the new Hitler,” he raps. “Let me turn off the news with the clicker.”

Young Gerald recently said that the duo created this project with a quick turnaround. “It was easy,” he explained. “We did it in two nights. We’ve literally known each other forever and we both worked our asses off for years to come up and make it to this point. We’ve both always had that same level of ambition, even when we were unknown. That’s my brother for life so we’ll probably keep working together for the rest of our careers.”

Listen to the Step Brothers do their thing below.


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