We caught up with G-Eazy in New York as he prepared for his national television debut on Late Night With Seth Meyers. Go behind the scenes as he attempts to drop the "almost" from "Almost Famous," and read our full feature on the rapper here.
G-Eazy and co-manager Jamil Davis walking through NBC studios.
Outside NBC studios after sound check.
Or, more accurately, the F train, in a rush to get a haircut.
G-Eazy posing on the F train.
G-Eazy walks to Frank's Chop Shop in New York.
G-Eazy gets his hair cut at Frank's Chop Shop by OG Kevin, who describes it as "a real classic gentleman's cut."
On the way back to the studio, in an Uber cab, G-Eazy faithfully rapped along to Nump's 2006 Bay Area hit "I Gott Grapes."
After the taping of Late Night, Peter Rosenberg invited G-Eazy to his annual Peterpalooza — featuring Schoolboy Q, Action Bronson and Danny Brown — where he performed "I Mean It."
G-Eazy performs at Peterpalooza III.