G-Eazy has released the music video for his latest track ‘Sober’, a collaboration with Charlie Puth.
Directed by Colin Tilley, the visual begins with the rapper waking up in a pile of trash, before he parties his way through the decades. From seducing a ’50s housewife, enjoying a ’70s hippie trip to living it up at a ’90s rave, G-Eazy does it all.
Whilst the rapper is the star of the visual, Charlie appears throughout to perform the chorus, whilst also making a few blink-and-you’ll-miss-it cameos during the parties.
Check out the music video for ‘Sober’ below.
‘Sober’ is the third track to be taken from G-Eazy’s 2017 album The Beautiful & Damned, following on from ‘No Limit’ and ‘Him & I’ which features singer Halsey, the rapper’s girlfriend.
As for Charlie, he dropped his latest track earlier today. ‘Done For Me’, featuring Kehlani, is taken from his forthcoming album Voicenotes.