G-Eazy Attempts to Decipher British Slang In Slanguage
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G-Eazy is flying high on the charts worldwide right now. His latest album The Beautiful & Damned is his most successful yet and it's already spawned multiple major hit singles. 'No Limit', 'Him & I' and 'Sober' are three of his most streamed songs to date.
We caught up with the 'Me Myself & I' rapper recently to have a go at trying to decipher Britsh slang in Slanguage.
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The Californian hitmaker may be known for his lyrical prowess but when it comes to British colloquialisms he has got a bit of a way to go. G-Eazy starts off strong getting the meanings of 'chirpse' and 'link' immediately before things come to a standstill.
The word 'skeen' throws him off with him guessing "sketchy or gross" instead of 'a showing of understanding'.
To be fair to G-Eazy, a few of these British slang words aren't all that common so it's only natural that he would struggle with some of them. And at least when it comes to his day job, the '1942' artist is thriving. Every song that he releases is a smash.
The award-winning superstar just joined Cardi B on stage for one of the standout Coachella performances.
Not only that but he's also just about to head out on The Endless Summer Tour of the US with Lil Uzi Vert.
We can't wait to see what else he's got up his sleeve for us this year.
See which other British slang words he masters in the video above.
Words: Sam Prance