More Than "Almost Famous," G-Eazy at 1STBANK Center

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This weekend hip hop star G-Eazy graduated from the smaller venues he played last time he hit Denver, and instead brought his lackadaisical flow and slick hair to the 1STBANK Center. The 26-year-old's second album, When It's Dark Out, debuted near the top of the the Billboard hip hop/R&B charts, so it appears that there's still room in the mainstream for white indie rappers (who aren't named Iggy Azalea or Macklemore). A$AP Ferg, Marc E Bassy and Nef the Pharaoh also performed. Check out photographer Miles Chrisinger's full slideshow.

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