The visual takes on a Fast and Furious attitude with street racers doing donuts around Gerald and Lani posing and dancing in front of fancy whips. Later, the Oakland duo performs and parties on a Los Angeles rooftop following an epic sunset.
Scenes from the forthcoming eighth installment of the Fast and Furious film franchise appear throughout the clip, featuring Vin Diesel, Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, Tyrese, and Ludacris in action-packed flashes.
The video reunites Gerald and Lani, who previously worked together on “Everything Will Be OK.” “Kehlani is one of my favorite people on earth. She’s incredibly talented but beyond that she has a special soul,” said G-Eazy. “It’s easy for us to work together because we go way back, that’s one of my closest homies. She has a great energy and this song is all about that.”
“Collaborating with G is always special because it’s deeper than music, it’s friendship, it’s wanting a day-one to succeed alongside you…succeeding with family,” added Kehlani. “Being a part of the album and the Fast and Furious franchise is an honor. As not only a fan of great action films, but a super fan of this specific franchise, I honestly couldn’t even believe I was chosen. I grew up watching the Fast and Furious films, waiting for the next one with my little siblings. It really brought us together. And the music video has all the amazing elements the films have: dope cars, real friendship, cool cities, and kick-ass individuals.”
“Good Life” follows Travis Scott, Quavo, and Lil Uzi Vert’s Fate of the Furious collaboration “Go Off” and Pitbull, J Balvin, and Camila Cabello’s “Hey Ma.” The soundtrack and the film are both due April 14.