What exactly is G-Eazy referencing throughout "Loaded," his new single with salaciously the greasy MC, Carnage?
Does he mean to signify that his stacks are fat, and, you know, he's got money in the bank? Or is Eazy talking about getting "wasted," in this particular instance, "White Boy Wasted," off all the crunk juice and drugs.
Or do we need to take a visual cue from the song's video, and assume "Loaded" is another way of saying "nuclear badonk" or "righteous bootay."
He very well could be talking about all three, because, after all,
language is fucking dead. Did you know that teens and young adults in
Great Britain use the word "book" as a stand-in for "cool," because the
former is the first thing that comes up on their auto-correct when they
try to type the latter?
Anyway, if an Abercrombie blend of a badder
Asher Roth, a whiter Sean Kingston, and a more thuggish ruggish LFO -
with a light seasoning of pseudo-bro-step and allusions to Sisqo's
pre-9/11 opus, "The Thong Song" - sounds like a book time, then we
recommend you hit up this guy's Revolution Live show and not miss the
opportunity to get "Loaded" with G-Eazy.
G-Eazy with Skizzy Mars, Hi-Rez, Will Brennan. Thursday, January 31. Revolution Live. 109 SW 2nd Avenue. Ft. Lauderdale. Tickets are $17.60 (including fes) through ticketmaster.com. Call the box office at 954-449-1025 or visit jointherevolution.net.
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