G-Eazy Reveals His True Feelings For Taylor Swift

After selling over 90,000 copies of his debut album These Things Happen and hitting No. 3 on the Billboard 200 chart, Oakland rapper G-Eazy has established himself as a force to be reckoned with. The 25-year-old emcee sat down with Fuse to chat about his impressive studio debut, transitioning from his mixtape days to sold-out tours, and being labeled for his retro look.

On outselling acts like PhishAb-Soul and Riff Raff, G-Eazy remembers how incredible the achievement had felt. "That's just the spirit of the Bay Area–it's very independent," he said, remembering his days selling tapes out of his car. "[The Billboard chart position] validates that I'm not so psycho. That I wasn't crazy this whole time, that I believed in something that was real and would eventually come true."