Ahead of his upcoming double album, The Beautiful & Damned, G-Eazy unleashes the album’s Zoe Nash-assisted title track.
Over a head-knocking instrumental, Young Gerald reflects on life’s complexities, ups and downs, “criticism, ridicule, and scrutiny.”
“I’m talking to myself like every night,” he raps. “You could try to be a better guy / But to understand a Gemini / Angel, devil, it’s both him and I / Demons in me, they just multiply / If I don’t kill ’em or I never try / Life is short, men lie, women lie / But a legend, he can never die.”
The introspective cut is just the latest release from G-Eazy’s upcoming album of the same name. It follows “No Limit” featuring Cardi B and A$AP Rocky, which is currently No. 13 on the Hot 100, and “The Plan,” which dropped over the weekend.
Featuring appearances from E-40, Halsey, and Kehlani, The Beautiful & Damned and its accompanying film are set to drop Dec. 15.