G-Eazy has unwrapped a special birthday gift for his “angel” mother.
On April 15, the “No Limit” rapper, 32, celebrated what would have been his late mother’s special day by releasing a new single, titled “Angel.” The song comes five months after the artist’s mother, Suzanne Olmstead, passed away in November 2021.
In the poignant track’s lyrics, G-Eazy describes longing to reunite with someone in his dreams, rapping, “When I lay down and I fall asleep / Hope I might see you in my dreams / But it’s been a few months / Since I seen you in one of these.”
The rapper also sheds light on his mental state and his attempts to bury his grief, adding, “My heart broke speeding down that road / Can’t stop bleeding but I hide these holes / Just a facade people want to see / If they took the time to look closely / I’m in agony.”
In addition to the song, G-Eazy also created The Dandelion Scholarship in honor of his mother. The annual scholarship will see one high school senior, who is pursuing an arts degree, receive $15,000 to help them achieve their dreams. The recipient will be announced each year on G-Eazy’s mother’s birthday, April 15.