G-Eazy and Demi Lovato are facing backlash over their collaboration following the rapper’s incarceration.
The brand new tune is from the rapper’s upcoming 2021 album, ‘These Things Happen Too,’ which is set to drop on September 24.
G-Eazy released an emotional ballad called “Breakdown” on Friday, September 17, only days after being arrested for allegedly attacking two guys in New York. The ‘Beautiful & Damned’ singer-songwriter collaborated with the ‘Beautiful & Damned’ hitmaker on the powerful ballad, which shines light on the struggles both artists have suffered in the past.
The brand new single will be released on September 24 as part of the California rapper’s 2021 album, ‘These Things Happen Too.’ G-Eazy and Demi Lovato have both struggled with drugs and mental health difficulties, and in their latest song, they poured their hearts out. Despite the fact that the song is absolutely slamming, social media fans questioned Lovato’s decision to collaborate with Eazy, especially in light of his recent incident in New York.
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In ‘Breakdown,’ G-Eazy and Demi Lovato reflect on past problems.
For the first time, G-Eazy and Demi Lovato collaborated on a song. After being seen exiting a bar holding hands in March 2020, the two were reportedly rumored to be dating. After the rapper’s breakup with singer Halsey, the news made headlines. Despite the rumors, G-Eazy and Demi Lovato never made an official relationship.
The music video for the song begins with Internet headlines as they reflect on their tumultuous history. “I got big plans, but none of them feel like mine/ And I miss days where I used to feel like me/ Cause I’ve been trapped in all the freedom/Throw my heart up at the ceiling/ I take another drink so I can kill the voice of reason/ I got big plans, but none of them feel like mine,” Lovato sings on the first verse. The 32-year-old rapper, who is known for his lively music, opted for profound words in this song, sharing his personal concerns. “You know, I’ve been fighting my demons, but they ain’t fighting fair,” she says. But I keep telling myself, “Everything will be fine, I swear”/ There’s no light in there/ I’m alone in a black space/ What’s messed up is that I might like it there.” The tune ‘Breakdown’ was initially featured in the trailer for the Netflix series ‘Titletown High’ for the uninitiated.
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