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G-Eazy and Demi Lovato connect for “Breakdown” single

The track is set to appear on his forthcoming ‘These Things Happen Too’ project.

g-eazy “Breakdown” cover art

Today, multi-platinum selling superstar G-Eazy has revealed the release date for his fourth studio album These Things Happen Too. The project is officially arriving on Sept. 24 and paired with the news he also released “The Announcement” as a trailer. Today (Sept. 17), he returns with the next taste from the project as he unleashes “Breakdown,” his official collaboration with Demi Lovato. On the track, Demi’s vocals open up the song and set up the scene for Eazy’s bars:

You know, been fighting my demons, but they ain’t fighting fair/ But I keep saying “Everything’s alright, I swear,” all alone in a dark space, ain’t no light in there/ What’s fucked up is I might actually like it there, pouring everything on this paper my pen is on/ Feel like I’m breaking in places they put the pressure on

I’m the one in my circle they all depending on/ To do it though, I need these drugs I’ve become dependent on, someone tried to confront me, now we don’t get along/ In my business, they tripping on what I’m sipping on/

The Bay Area’s very own made his return with a brand new single “At Will” last month and he tapped in with rising star EST Gee for the assist. He also continued a 2014 favorite in his single “Running Wild” single featuring an assist from Kossisko and production by DAKARI.

Eazy has been relatively active in 2021, dishing out assists on tracks like “Astronaut In The Ocean (Remix)” with Masked Wolf and DDG, “10 Toes” alongside fellow Bay Area spitters ALLBLACK and E-40. He has also dropped off tracks like “A Little More” featuring Kiana Lede, “Break From LA,” and “Provide” featuring Chris Brown and Mark Morrison.

Be sure to press play on G-Eazy’s brand new music video for “Breakdown” featuring Demi Lovato.

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