What did you do last night? Let’s be real here: we’ve all been in that place where we wake up one Saturday or Sunday morning and we either can’t remember what happened the night before, or wished we could forget. A night of what seems like good fun can feel entirely different in the morning as we think back on the series of events with a clear mind. If you’ve been there, done that, chances are you’ll find something to relate to in “Sober”, G-Eazy‘s newest track which features Charlie Puth on the choruses. On the verses, G-Eazy raps about how “drunk nights are more fun than sober ones” and tells the tale of everything that’s transpired, while the chorus sees Puth claiming awareness of the upcoming regret but not feeling ready to give up the possibilities of the night: “Oh, I know that I’ll regret this when I’m sober / But, every shot I’m getting closer, getting closer.”
December 8 was a good day for G-Eazy: in addition to the release of “Sober”, he shared the news that “No Limit” (which features A$AP Rocky and Cardi B) has been certified Platinum. He also performed “Him & I” with Halsey on stage at Madison Square Garden for Jingle Ball in New York.
G-Eazy will be releasing his third studio album, The Beautiful & Damned, on December 15 via RCA Records. The Beautiful & Damned is available for pre-order here, and will be accompanied by a short film. In the mean time, take a listen to G-Eazy’s The Beautiful & Damned Spotify playlist, which has most recently been taken over by Charlie Puth and Kehlani.