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G-Eazy Drops Two Singles In ‘Moana’ with Jack Harlow & ‘Angel Cry’ with Devon Baldwin

Whilst it’s not easy to film a music video under the current circumstances, G-Eazy comes out with two creative and awesome videos for his two releases today ‘Moana’ with Jack Harlow as well as ‘Angel Cry’ with Devon Baldwin.

In the quarantine-friendly music video for his new song with Jack Harlow, it features a ton of celebrity cameos. Diddy, Blake Griffin, Marshawn Lynch, YG, Snoop Dogg, Jamie Foxx, Trippie Redd, Ty Dolla Sign and many more show up in the visuals for the track.

‘Moana (I Miss Obama)’, sees the self-isolating rapper get introspective about missing exes (and Obama). The track takes its title from Disney’s 2016 animated movie; “Got a bitch from Samoa look like Moana,” G-Eazy raps.

If one track in a day wasn’t enough, G-Eazy also links with ex-girlfriend and songstress Devon Baldwin for ‘Angel Tears’. Older fans of G-Eazy will love that he has brought back this old school style with this one. It also comes exactly 6 years after their 2014 collaboration ‘Let’s Get Lost’.

Gerald stated these tracks were apart of the “Quarantine Files” and not included in his upcoming album These Things Happen Too – due later this year.

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