G-Eazy is getting fans into the Halloween spirit.
Earlier this week, the Oakland-born rapper announced the release of his Scary Nights EP—his first project release since this summer’s B-Sides series.
“A little treat for y’all just in time for my favorite season," G-Eazy wrote on social media when confirming the EP drop.
The project delivers eight tracks, including the previously released lead single “I Wanna Rock” featuring Gunna. Scary Nights also boasts appearances by French Montana and Moneybagg Yo ("Full Time Cappers"), Miguel and the Game ("Demons & Angels"), as well as Dex Lauper ("Kids") and Preme ("Big Den").
"I Wanna Rock" contains a line that's been interpreted as being about G-Eazy's ex, Halsey. "When I said it's her and I, that shit was a lie,” he says. They had a 2017 collab titled “Him & I.”
You can listen to the project now on Apple Music and Spotify.
G-Eazy’s fourth studio album—reportedly titled These Things Happen Too—is expected to arrive soon.