G-Eazy has gone from Tumblr famous, with his rap rendition of '60s classic "Runaround Sue," to a chart-topper over the past three years. Last month, he scored his first No. 1 on Hot Rap Songs with his hit "Me, Myself & I," even bumping Drake's long No. 1 reign, and has maintained the throne since.
The Oakland rapper's ascent doesn't stop there, as he currently is on tour in support of his sophomore LP When It's Dark Out and recently lit up the stage at Terminal 5. But G-Eazy isn't just all work and no "hyphy." He teamed up with Billboard to share the songs that everyone can get "hyphy" to, packed with fellow Oakland classics and inspirations from Keak da Sneak to The Jacka to E-40.