If there's one thing we'll never get enough of, that's new music from G-Eazy.
The rapper ended The Beautiful & Damned Tour with a completely sold out two-night stint in Dublin's Olympia Theatre this week.
We caught up with him ahead of his final show, and talked all things politics, new music, future collaborations and his upcoming plans after the tour.
Taking to Instagram on Tuesday, G-Eazy confirmed that he has a new song coming out tomorrow (Friday 8th) with Vic Mensa and is produced Marshmello. It's called 'Reverse.'
Speaking to Spin1038, G-Eazy said it's a 'banger.'
'Vic is one of my oldest friends in music. I've known Vic almost ten years and he's one of the most talented people I've ever known.'
He added that it's the first time he's working with Marshmello, and it's something that the pair have talked about doing for a long time.
'We met touring in South America and we just became homies. We've always talked about working together but this was like the first time we got to get in. I'm excited for the world to hear it.'
Across his three albums, G-Eazy has collaborated with a ton of artists including A$AP Rocky, Cardi B, Charlie Puth and Bebe Rexha to name but a few. He confirmed that there's plenty more artists he would love to enter the studio with.
'There's all kinds of artists that I would love to collaborate with. Number one on the list would obviously be Drake. I think that's probably number one on everybody's list. He's the best.'
He also didn't rule out another collaboration with Halsey. 'Yeah who knows. You never know.'
G-Eazy & Vic Mensa 'Reverse' produced by Marshmello drops tomorrow.