EAZY (inspired by the song of the same name)


They wanted to say my life was a wrap

So I started to rap

I was the gift of many Christmases

Wish I could take my presence back

Oh wait I meant the material things too

Wish I could take my presents back

Since you knew I was too good be to true

Before I said it was a wrap



It’s never easy

You learn the hard way

One had to put two together

Now it’s three the hard way

Not the 70’s movie

We may have traveled together in the past

But you never moved me

Sad you had to find out about yourself

When you had to lose me


I didn’t have to say I was right

I decided to write

Any sins not tragedies

No more panic at this disco

The music led me to the light

This not the same one you turn out

When you say good night

This that self reflection

Focusing on what’s right



2022 has been the year of collaborations thus far and we’re only three weeks in. The next one comes in the form of frequent collaborators, The Game & Kanye West for the new track, EAZY. Over the last decade, these two hip hop heavyweights have come together numerous times to make classic hits and I expected nothing less from this effort.

The Hit-Boy produced track samples the late rapper, Eazy E’s “Eazy Duz It” single. The track has been the topic of discussion not only by Kanye’s controversial lyrics in regards to his personal life but The Game’s inspiration behind the track. To sum up, he believes life should be easy for everyone but we are the ones that complicate it for ourselves and others. You can ponder their own interpretation of the track by checking it out on all music streaming services.



Reggie Johnson is a 2x Pushcart nominee writer/columnist reigning out of Cincinnati, Ohio. Reggie has created a rhythmic style of writing to tell his personal experiences and beyond. Reggie has 10 books available on all major online retailers and his work can be seen in various literary magazines. He currently has two columns, Drunken Karaoke featured on Daily Drunk Magazine & REPLAYS featured on The Poetry Question.

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