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G-Eazy takes on Park City during special Sundance Film Festival show (with Dounia)

This weekend I had the incredible opportunity to shoot for G-Eazy and Dounia at Park City Live which is a music festival that takes place during the time that Sundance Film Festival occurs in Park City, Utah.

This was my fifth time seeing G-Eazy live; he always brings so much energy to the crowd and makes everyone rage with him. I first saw him live back in 2015, and it’s been crazy watching him develop into the artist that he is today. His visuals, vocals, stage presence, and confidence has grown so much since the first time I saw Gerald. At his show in Park City he gave so much energy to the audience, at one point, he asked DJ Quiz to switch tracks because the crowd was “ready to party.” G-Eazy is the life of the party but also has tracks that break him down and gives a different perspective on what sort of challenges he’s faces and conquered. One thing that I remember about G-Eazy when I first saw him was how much he really gave to his fans, he poured himself into his music and when I saw him on the “When It’s Dark Out” tour he wasn’t afraid to show his emotions when playing “Everything Will Be Ok”.

Dounia opened the show up for G-Eazy, she and G-Eazy are both featured artists in the Revels Music Group. I first discovered the artist, Dounia, about 5 months ago when she released her song “How I See It”. Dounia is a New York and Morocco native who believes in empowering women from all backgrounds and all body sizes.

She has a firm belief in loving yourself and creating a better version of yourself. Dounia is full of positive vibes and humor, when she first got on stage she laughed with the crowd and said that she only drinks Voss water because she’s opening for G-Eazy now. Dounia’s vocals were incredible live considering she’s still up and coming in the music industry. She could power through high and low notes and her flow was astonishing. I was extremely impressed with her as an artist, she even got down and held a girls hand and sang to her. It was such a beautiful moment. Dounia even has a song with Kehlani on her album titled, “The Avant-Garden”. Dounia had the whole crowd laughing, dancing, and loving themselves with her lyrics and moves. I didn’t know how many people would know her music but looking into the crowd I saw quite a few people singing along with her. The thing I loved the most about Dounia is she has such a beautiful soul and didn’t care as much about her appearance as she did about her music. It wasn’t all about the glam to her but just doing what she loves on stage and promoting what she believes in. She’s definitely an artist to watch as she develops her career. Dounia will be performing at Baku in Buku Music and Art Project in New Orleans in March this year.

Lia Crumpton
Lia Crumpton is a concert and lifestyle photographer based in Boise, Idaho. More of her work is at liacrumpton.myportfolio.com.

G-Eazy takes on Park City during special Sundance Film Festival show (with Dounia)

This weekend I had the incredible opportunity to shoot for G-Eazy and Dounia at Park City Live which is a music festival that takes place during the time that Sundance Film Festival occurs in Park City, Utah.

This was my fifth time seeing G-Eazy live; he always brings so much energy to the crowd and makes everyone rage with him. I first saw him live back in 2015, and it’s been crazy watching him develop into the artist that he is today. His visuals, vocals, stage presence, and confidence has grown so much since the first time I saw Gerald. At his show in Park City he gave so much energy to the audience, at one point, he asked DJ Quiz to switch tracks because the crowd was “ready to party.” G-Eazy is the life of the party but also has tracks that break him down and gives a different perspective on what sort of challenges he’s faces and conquered. One thing that I remember about G-Eazy when I first saw him was how much he really gave to his fans, he poured himself into his music and when I saw him on the “When It’s Dark Out” tour he wasn’t afraid to show his emotions when playing “Everything Will Be Ok”.

Dounia opened the show up for G-Eazy, she and G-Eazy are both featured artists in the Revels Music Group. I first discovered the artist, Dounia, about 5 months ago when she released her song “How I See It”. Dounia is a New York and Morocco native who believes in empowering women from all backgrounds and all body sizes.

She has a firm belief in loving yourself and creating a better version of yourself. Dounia is full of positive vibes and humor, when she first got on stage she laughed with the crowd and said that she only drinks Voss water because she’s opening for G-Eazy now. Dounia’s vocals were incredible live considering she’s still up and coming in the music industry. She could power through high and low notes and her flow was astonishing. I was extremely impressed with her as an artist, she even got down and held a girls hand and sang to her. It was such a beautiful moment. Dounia even has a song with Kehlani on her album titled, “The Avant-Garden”. Dounia had the whole crowd laughing, dancing, and loving themselves with her lyrics and moves. I didn’t know how many people would know her music but looking into the crowd I saw quite a few people singing along with her. The thing I loved the most about Dounia is she has such a beautiful soul and didn’t care as much about her appearance as she did about her music. It wasn’t all about the glam to her but just doing what she loves on stage and promoting what she believes in. She’s definitely an artist to watch as she develops her career. Dounia will be performing at Baku in Buku Music and Art Project in New Orleans in March this year.

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