G-Eazy Covers the xx and Bob Dylan: Listen

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Oakland rapper G-Eazy has really been in the mood for covers lately. Last month, he sang the Beatles’ “I’m So Tired” and recruited Ashley Benson for a duet version of Radiohead’s “Creep.” Now, he’s got two more. Below, hear G-Eazy cover “VCR” (from the xx’s iconic 2009 debut xx) and “Don’t Think Twice, It’s All Right” (from Bob Dylan’s 1963 record The Freewheelin’ Bob Dylan). For good measure, you can listen to the Radiohead and Beatles covers, too.

As for G-Eazy’s original music, he recently collaborated with Louisville rapper Jack Harlow on “Moana.” He also shared “Angel Cry” with Devon Baldwin. G-Eazy’s last studio LP is December 2017’s The Beautiful & Damned. In October 2019, he shared the Scary Nights EP.

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