G-Eazy relates. The time and space altering beat, co-produced by Christoph Andersson, plays into the convincing request by guest Devon Baldwin to get lost in the heat of the moment. Thankfully, there is at least a trace of remorse in G’s voice as he raps about causing a disturbance in the otherwise smooth path of the average girl’s life. Let’s Get Lost can be found on his upcoming These Things Happen album, due out June 23. You can review tour dates and locations at his website and purchase tickets starting on May 2..