G-Eazy rolls out the video for Charlie Puth-assisted single “Sober” today (March 14) and it’s a doozy. Directed by Colin Tilley, the visual begins with the rapper waking up in a pile of trash bags with the hangover from hell. He then stumbles into building, which turns out to be some kind of portal, and spends the rest of the clip traveling through time. The “Me, Myself & I” hitmaker chugs beer in the prohibition era, is a not-so-happy husband in the ’50s and crashes an orgy in the ’70s. (That scene is explicit enough to be NSFW).
As for Charlie? Well, he sits on top of a building and croons the chorus. It’s definitely one of the more interesting videos to arrive to this. G-Eazy is on one hell of a roll. The 28-year-old went top 10 with “No Limit,” which featured A$AP Rocky & Cardi B, and has another hit on his hands with “Him & I” (below) — a collaboration with real-life girlfriend Halsey. It’s only a matter of time before “Sober” becomes his third hit from The Beautiful & Damned. Watch up top.
This article was originally published by: Idolator