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Everything working out well for ‘James Dean of hip-hop’

G-Eazy opens for Lil Wayne on Saturday at SPAC.
Photographer: Bobby Bruderle
G-Eazy opens for Lil Wayne on Saturday at SPAC.
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In late 2010, rapper Gerald Gillum, better known as G-Eazy, was faced with a difficult dilemma — either go back to Loyola University in New Orleans and finish up his music industry studies degree or stay on tour with rising Canadian hip-hop star Drake and be forced to drop out. “One of my teachers emailed me and said he had reached his tolerance level, and that if I were to miss any more classes, I ...

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