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G-Eazy Recruits Charlie Puth For New Track 'Sober'

(Radio.com) G-Eazy and Charlie Puth have teamed up for a band new track called "Sober" which was released digitally this past Friday, December 8th, ahead of G-Eazy's new album

The song finds the rapper going on about the temporary highs of a night spent drinking, while Puth serves as the voice of reason singing the hook, "I know that I'll regret this when it's over."

The dramatic new tune is the latest advance from G-Eazy's forthcoming double-album, The Beautiful &Damned, which is set to debut Dec. 15. Check out the track here.


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