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Superstar G-Eazy has released a new track titled "Angel," written for his mother, Suzanne Olmsted, and arrives on her first birthday since her passing last Fall. G made the song with a close circle of friends; the background vocals are Devon Baldwin and Vida Simon and the same choir, led by Tim Davis, that was used on his previous song "Faithful." Additionally, Goody Grace plays the drums, guitar and bass guitar, and it was co-produced by G and Zac Brunson.  On “Angel,” the rapper looks for connection everywhere he thinks it may appear: in his dreams in fleeting messages passed through angels on the road. “Keep searching, and searching / I must be looking in the wrong places,” he delivers softly. “But tonight / I swear I never felt so close.” In tandem with the release, G has also announced an annual college scholarship in honour of his mom, "The Dandelion Scholarship." Through his charity, The Endless Summer Fund, the scholarship will award $15,000 to one US college-bound high school senior pursuing an art major, and the recipient will be announced on April 15th (his mother's birthday) each year. Further details on this year's recipient and how students can apply in the future are announced. Multi-platinum recording artist and producer G-Eazy has established himself as a leading force in the music and touring world. His third full-length studio album,  "The Beautiful & Damned"  (2017), debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 and garnered two No. 1 radio hits - "No Limit" ft. A$AP Rocky & Cardi B and "Him & I" ft. Halsey.