G-Eazy and Blackbear; Photo by Dan Prakopcyk
G-Eazy and Blackbear; Photo by Dan Prakopcyk

G-Eazy Release New Song “Hate The Way” Featuring Blackbear — LISTEN

G-Eazy released a new song called “Hate The Way” featuring Blackbear on Friday, October 16.

“Yeah, I hate the way, the way I always miss you / Yeah, I know I’m crazy, but you’re sick, too / Even after everything we’ve been through / Thought I was the one with all the issues / And every time I leave, it’s too long / And every time I leave, it’s all wrong / I hate the way, the way I always miss you,” sings G-Eazy and Blackbear.

Watch the official music video below.

With a melodic hook and spot on delivery of impassioned lyrics, the track is instantly captivating (produced by Ryan OG & Mike Crook).

The hitmakers rejoin forces to create another undeniable earworm, showcasing why they are two of the most sought-after collaborators in the industry today.

“Hate The Way” is accompanied by one of G’s signature cinematic must-watch visuals. In the Kat Webber directed video, the rapper alongside blackbear and actress Bria Vinaite from A24’s The Florida Project give viewers a breathtakingly emotional experience- watch here. G-Eazy and blackbear will perform the song together for the first time during blackbear’s virtual concert next Wednesday, October 21, livestreamed from the iconic The Hollywood Roosevelt Hotel in Los Angeles, CA at 6pm PT/9pm ET.

To celebrate the release, fans can head to https://hatethewayimiss.com where they can talk about what they miss the most right now and generate a personalized “Hate The Way” themed photo to share on social media.

G-Eazy and blackbear first linked years ago for G’s critically-acclaimed debut album These Things Happen (2014) where bear produced its intro title track as well as “Remember You” – the two have continued to work together numerous times throughout the years. “Hate The Way” brings the pair full circle just ahead of G’s sequel to his 2014 debut. “Hate The Way” highlights G’s signature hip-hop sound and offers a preview of what’s to come from the rapper, as he continues to tease his much anticipated fifth studio album, These Things Happen Too.

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