They're one of the cutest couples in music at the moment, and they show the extent of their love with a video for their collaborative single 'Him and I'. The track is from G-Eazy's forthcoming album 'The Beautiful & Damned'.
G-Eazy and Halsey - whose real names are Gerald Gillum and Ashley Frangipane - shot their video while hanging out in New York City with friends, and it begins with a quote from Jazz Age novellist F. Scott Fitzgerald.
'Him And I' follows G-Eazy's previous single 'No Limit' featuring ASAP Rocky and Cardi B. He drops his third major label album this month, with the record also featuring guest appearances from Jay-Z, Kehlani, E-40, Charlie Puth, Anna of the North and others.
It's been a good year for the Oakland rapper; not only has he got a new album and a new beau, he was also named 2017's Favorite Hip-Hop Artist at the MTV Europe Music Awards and he dropped the 'Step Brothers' EP with Carnage. Meanwhile, Halsey dropped her own second album this year; 'Hopeless Fountain Kingdom' came out in June and topped the US charts.
G-Eazy has two tour dates coming up this holiday season including a performance at San Dieg's Valley View Casino Center on December 23rd and E11EVEN Miami on New Year's Eve. Meanwhile, Halsey is performing across the States for the 2017 KIIS-FM Jingle Ball.
'The Beautiful & Damned' will be released on December 15th 2017 through RCA Records.
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