G-Eazy and Demi Lovato collaborated on a new song, and they were quite open about their personal lives and controversies.
In a stunning new music video, Demi Lovato, 29, and G-Eazy, 32, opened up about their controversies. The A-listers collaborated on their latest song, “Breakdown,” which was released on September 17 and saw them open out about their hardships in the spotlight.
The video opened with some real-life headlines about Demi Lovato’s drug overdose and G-legal Eazy’s difficulties flashing on the screen.
The lyrics then go into detail on the difficult struggles that both artists have endured. “I’ve been fighting my demons, but they’re not fighting fairly/ But I keep telling myself, ‘Everything’s fine, I swear’/ There’s no light in there, and I’m alone in a black space/ G-Eazy raps, “What’s f**ked up is I might genuinely like it there.”
“I got huge intentions, but none of them feel like mine,” the former Disney Channel star sings. And I mourn the days when I felt like myself/ Because I’ve been enslaved by all the freedom/ I take another drink to hear the voice of reason/ I have huge goals, but none of them feel like mine.”
The song is released just one week before G-fourth Eazy’s studio album, These Things Happen Too, is slated to be released on September 24. Fans may recall that on September 13, he was arrested and charged with assault during a nightclub altercation in which one person required head sutures.
An NYPD official informed HollywoodLife at the time, “He was arrested on September 13th inside of 233 West 10 Street (Standard Hotel) for hitting a 32-year-old male and a 29-year-old male.”
Demi recently admitted that they are on a “journey forever” when it comes to their gender. The singer of “Cool for the Summer” said this during the 19th Represents Summit, where they discussed their decision to come out as non-binary earlier this year.
Demi remarked, “There might be a day when I identify as trans, but I don’t know what that looks like for me.” “There may come a time in my life when I identify as non-binary and gender-nonconforming. Or maybe there will come a day when I identify as a lady as I get older,” they added.