Carnage and G-Eazy Announce new EP, Drop Visual for “Guala”

G-Eazy and Carnage 'Step Brothers'

Fans of super DJ Carnage knew that he was cooking up a project with Bay Area star G-Eazy for some time now; this week, the two artists officially announced their forthcoming EP to be titled Step Brothers (somewhere, The Alchemist, Evidence, Starlito and Don Trip are side-eyeing this revelation).

Speaking to Complex, G-Eazy spoke on how the project came together:

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.

Before that project is released, fans get to check out a new visual from the collaborators for “Guala,” which features Thirty Rack and sees the artists in full-on bobble head mode. The cold, minimalistic production matches the simple, fun lyrics as well:

Guala, guala, guala guala
I’m livin’ like it’s no tomorrow
Don’t loan my style, won’t let you borrow
You thirsty, have a glass of water
I’m killing these beats, there’ll be more dead
I put my d*** on her forehead
Less conversation and more head
Emergency, this is a code red
Guala, guala, guala guala

Enjoy “Guala” below…Step Brothers drops this Friday (March 31st). In related news, you can also check out both Carnage and G-Eazy’s latest solo drops, Papi Gordo and When It’s Dark Out (respectively).

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