G-Eazy said it "feels good to be home" when he walked in to the venue.
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Thursday was his last show in the Bay Area promoting his new album "The Beautiful & Damned" before heading up to Seattle to perform Saturday.
G-Eazy, who got his start selling mix tapes on Telegraph Ave. in Berkeley, loves to make appearances in his hometown. Last year, ABC7 caught up with him when he was promoting his Stillhouse whiskey and the Oakland A's held G-Eazy Bobblehead Day, with him throwing out the first pitch.
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