G-Eazy, Charlie Puth Party Through the Decades in “Sober” Video
March 8, 2018
G-Eazy and Charlie Puth check out parties in several different decades in the new music video for their collaboration “Sober.” The Colin Tilley-directed visual opens with a bloodied and bruised Eazy waking up in a pile of trash after a wild night out on the town. He then stumbles into a building that turns out to be a portal--where he downs beer in the Prohibition Era, takes on the role of a controlling husband in the ‘50s and transforms into a long-haired hippie at a ‘70s house party. The video comes full-circle when Eazy becomes a ‘90s rave kid who runs from the cops and eventually finds himself landing in that same pile of garbage. Puth serves as the pseudo-narrator for the adventure, singing the chorus from atop a roof in a junkyard as the rapper's antics unfold. “Sober” is the latest single from Eazy’s The Beautiful & Damned LP.