Bay Area rapper G-Eazy is a product of the new generation of do-it-yourself rappers. Born Gerald Earl Gillum, G-Eazy’s core fanbase of college kids have brought the relatively new artist some unseen buzz that show that the oft-forgotten market is still very viable.

Mac Miller was on 106&Park this week to boast about the success of having a #1 album while remaining an indie artist. He also spoke on the different route he took on making Macadelic, which is available now, Terrence.