Indie hip-hop artist G-Eazy has just dropped his new video for "Plastic Dreams" featuring Johanna Fay. Directed by Tyler Yee, the video sees the rapper torn between the pros and cons of becoming famous. Utilizing icy lighting effects and featuring two mannequin-like women dolled up with painted lips and perfectly coiffed hair, it also speaks volumes of the mechanized world and fake beauty we hold on pedestals in today's society. "We went for a trippy, surreal vibe with the video," says G-Eazy. "It is inspired by the original 1984 macintosh commercial. We wanted to capture the juxtaposition of beauty and destruction; the idea of chasing the dream as told by mainstream media, only to rise above and destroy it."
"Plastic Dreams" comes off the artist's upcoming new album, MUST BE NICE, set to drop September 26 via Karmaloop's private buyer site PLNDR. You can also catch G-Eazy on tour this fall.