G-Eazy released When It’s Dark Out today (December 4).

The 17-track project is made up of 17 songs and includes features from Big Sean, Chris Brown, Too $hort, E-40, Keyshia Cole and Kehlani.

This is G-Eazy’s sophomore album and follow-up to last year’s These Things Happen.

Stream When It’s Dark Out below:

(This article was last updated on November 19, 2015 and is as follows.)

G-Eazy’s When It’s Dark Out is now available for pre-order on iTunes.

The tracklist for G-Eazy‘s sophomore LP has 17 songs. Artists slated to appear on the album include Big Sean, Chris Brown, Too $hort, E-40, Keyshia Cole and Kehlani.

“Me, Myself and I” is the lead single for the project.

When It’s Dark Out is scheduled for a December 4 release.

The tracklist is as follows:

  1. Intro
  2. Random
  3. Me, Myself & I
  4. One of Them (f. Big Sean)
  5. Drifting (f. Chris Brown & Tory Lanez)
  6. Of All Things (f. Too $hort)
  7. Order More (f. Starrah)
  8. Calm Down
  9. Don’t Let Me GO (f. Grace)
  10. You Got Me
  11. What If (f. Gizzle)
  12. Sad Boy
  13. Some Kind of Drug (f. Marc E. Bassy)
  14. Think About You (f. Quiñ)
  15. Everything Will Be OK (f. Kehlani)
  16. For This (f. IAMNOBODI)
  17. Nothing To Me (f. Keyshia Cole & E-40)

(This article was last updated on October 15, 2015 and is as follows.)

G-Eazy has released the cover art for his sophomore album, When It’s Dark Out.

The art features an image of the rapper wearing a jacket with the album title written on it.

Yesterday (October 14), he released the first single from the album, “Me, Myself & I.”

The project is due out December 4.

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(This article was first published on October 4, 2015 and is as follows.)

G-Eazy announced his next album with a video trailer.

The Bay Area rapper‘s forthcoming project is called When It’s Dark Out and is set for a December 4 release.

This will be the follow-up to last year’s These Things Happen, which featured the singles “I Mean It” and “Let’s Get Lost.”

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