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G-Eazy connects with Mulatto for “Down”

The Reel Goats-directed clip takes inspiration from the ‘Deuce Bigalow’ series.

G-Eazy and Mulatto
G-Eazy and Mulatto
Video screenshot/Reel Goats

Given his track record, it’s impossible to leave the summer season without a hit record from G-Eazy. Today, he unearths a new cut titled “Down,” which features assistance from freshly-minted XXL Freshman Mulatto and sees the two giving off the perfect outside-is-open club vibes:

“Even when it’s bad, can’t bе out here giving out my p***y ‘cause you mad, you should hold it down, I shouldn’t havе to ask, ’cause if you a ten but you bop then you half/

Baby do the math, loyal b***hes get crypto, all you other b***hes get left tho, they don’t give a s***, they just want some d*** though, know the floor squeak, walk of shame on their tiptoes.../”

The visual comes courtesy of Reel Goats and sees the collaborators re-enacting the cult classic Deuce Bigalow: Male Gigalo, complete with a cameo from that film’s star Rob Schneider. G-Eazy can be seen servicing various women of cartoonish variety, with Mulatto aiding his unique business from a financial standpoint (and more).

Prior to “Down,” G-Eazy has kept busy this year with a slew of dope singles and collaborations, including the GRexx Life Raj and Jay Anthony-assisted “Bounce Back,” the Drew Love and Jahmed-assisted “Love Is Gone,” and the Kossiko-assisted “The End.” Back in June, he released the project Everything’s Strange Here, a 10-track offering that saw the Bay Area star expanding into different genres. Currently, he’s said to be putting the final touches on his forthcoming LP These Things Happen Too, the presumed sequel to 2014’s These Things Happen.

Mulatto has been increasing her profile as well, delivered her debut album Queen Of The Souf last month. That release sees 13 new cuts from the Atlanta-based rapper with features from 21 Savage, City Girls, Gucci Mane, 42 Dugg, Sweetie, and Trina.

Press play on “Down” below.

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