Demi Lovato and G-Eazy looked like best friends as they shot the music video for an unreleased track on Thursday.
The collaborators were seen hugging after walking arm in arm during a nighttime shoot in the streets of Los Angeles.
Demi, 28, wore a full denim jumpsuit and slicked back mullet while the rapper, 32, tucked his lanky figure into cropped jeans and a preppy white cardigan.
Collaboration: Demi Lovato, 28, and G-Eazy, 32, team up for a new collaboration, as the artists together shoot a music video in Los Angeles on Thursday night.
Singer Confident – who came out as a non-binary last month and uses them / them pronouns – showed some skin in the plunging number and paired the look with shiny platform boots.
Their usual pixie cut was transformed into a mullet and they sported dramatic makeup that wouldn’t fade on camera.
Rapper No Limit put his arm around Demi as he wore stylish jeans and a white t-shirt with a cardigan.
He slipped his feet into a pair of black and white moccasins and flaunted his signature slick hairstyle with a twist across his forehead.
Denim: Collaborators both wore denim outfits while Demi wore a plunge jumpsuit and the rapper wore cropped jeans
Variety: During filming, the couple were seen taking a variety of takes, including walking and posing for photos near a heavily graffiti wall
During filming, the pair were seen taking a variety of takes, including walking and posing for photos near a heavily graffiti wall.
In 2018, the two started dating rumors after being seen holding hands at a club, but the rapper later told ET that Demi was “just a friend.”
While the name of the duo’s collaboration has yet to be revealed, they’ve been shooting the clip for two days, and the song is reportedly out of their next album.
In a 2020 interview with Hit Up Angel, G-Eazy revealed that his new album will feature Lovato along with a few other big hitters.
Sweet hug: Rapper No Limit was seen hugging singer Confident in another shot
Exciting business: Bay Area-born rapper teased Demi’s appearance on his album in a September interview
“I have Lil Wayne on my album, I have Chris Brown on my album and Demi Lovato, I’m excited man,” he said.
And now that the I Love Me singer has come out as non-binary, they have said their art has gotten “a lot bigger”, but have expressed anxiety about not being a “hyper-feminine popstar.”
“Now that I am living my truth, my art has become even greater because my art is a reflection of who I am,” Lovato said in the June 9 episode of their 4D podcast.
“So now that I’m able to be more transparent to the world I am about, they can see my art better and they can hear it better,” they added.
Throw a picture: “I was so scared at times of what my career would be like if I wasn’t this super sexy, hyper feminine popstar,” they said on their 4D podcast
Tell their truth: The singer came out as non-binary last month and announced that their pronouns will be they / them to move forward
Lovato first came out last month in a video post in which they said they had done “healing and self-reflection work,” which ultimately led to realization.
“Over the past year and a half, I have done healing and self-reflection work. And through this work, I had this revelation that I identify as non-binary. Having said that, I will officially change my pronouns to them / them.
And on their podcast, they added that they had reservations about how directing would affect their careers, but ultimately said it was about “living [their] truth.’
Lovato said: “I was sometimes so scared of what my career would be like if I weren’t this super sexy, hyper feminine popstar… but my career doesn’t mean as much to me now as living my life. life truth. ‘
High Art: “Now that I live my truth my art has become even greater because my art is a reflection of who I am,” Lovato said in the June 9 episode of their 4D podcast; pictured on June 10