This year G-Eazy made a big splash on to the Hip-Hop scene with the release of his debut album “These Things Happen.” The album has managed to help Eazy build his financial status a slowly but surely.
In the first week of it’s release on April 29, 2014 , “These Things Happen” moved 46,974 units. Eazy’s approximate take home from that was just around $298,402. The Bay Area rapper is busy on tour and even did a stint on the “Drake VS. Lil Wayne Tour” which propelled his career further.
Rappers from E-40 to Drake have cosigned Eazy which is a testament to his solid debut album. It is estimated that his sales since the initial release have doubled giving him a take home of around $596,804 in estimated album sales.
He has already sold out 11 booked shows for 2018 at between $30-35 per ticket. The venues such as the Ogden Theatre in Denver hold around 1600 spectators while others around 300.
After earnings from his album and shows