After stunning audiences during his visit earlier in 2015, Californian rapper G-EAZY returns to Australia this March to celebrate the release of his stellar, second studio album, When It’s Dark Out.

G-Eazy left home to study music at New Orleans’ Loyola University at 18-years-old, cultivating his own inimitable style. For the budding artist, partying wasn't nearly as important as writing, his unwavering focus leading to a series of buzz-generating mixtapes, culminating in his 2011 breakout, Endless Summer.

With the release of Endless Summer, G-Eazy garnered attention from the underground and mainstream in equal measure. MTV nominated him for "Best Music On Campus," while he played to packed houses opening for superstars such as Drake and Lil Wayne.

Now, the Californian prepares to unleash When It’s Dark Out (out through RCA Records) on December 4. "I hope to connect with people," he concludes. "If the music inspires someone, that's incredible. It's about a deeper relationship with the listener that hopefully lasts a long time. You're with me now."

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