Bebe Rexha & G-Eazy Team up Again For "F*ck Fake Friends"

The singer-songwriter surprised fans with a sneaky string of snippets.

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Emerging Brooklyn-based singer-songwriter Bebe Rexha has taken to SnapChat to share surprise snippets of a brand new collaboration with G-Eazy. “F*ck Fake Friends” is a fiery electronic RnB track with a punchy chorus (“F*ck fake friends. We don’t need ‘em / Only thing they’re good for is leavin’.”) This isn’t the first time Rexha and G-Eazy have joined forces: she previously featured on his hit “Me, Myself & I.” If the popularity of Rexha’s breakout Nicki Minaj collaboration “No Broken Hearts” is any indication, the multidisciplinary talent has a lot of success to look forward to with this track. See the snippets below.

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