“F–k fake friends, we don’t need ’em. Only thing they’re good for is leaving.”

“Me, myself & I” duo Bebe Rexha and rapper G-Eazy are back with a feisty new collaboration, titled “F.F.F.” (F–ck Fake Friends). The music video for the track premiered on Entertainment Weekly on Thursday (9th March).

Source: YouTube screenshot

“F.F.F.” is included into Bebe’s 2016 EP (extended play), “All Your Fault: Pt. 1”. The 2nd part of the album, which is said to be more dance-focused, is set to release this April.


Co-written by the songstress herself, the song is produced by songwriting trio, Captain Cuts (Ben Berger, Ryan McMahon, and Ryan Rabin). As its name suggests, “F.F.F.” is about shutting out “fake friends”. “I been in LA for way too long/ Can’t get this air inside my lungs/ It feels like I’m suffocating from all the lack of the realness here,” Bebe sings.

In the music video, Bebe can be seen rocking various outfits such as a white bikini, an orange fishnet bodysuit, and an orange leather crop top. G-Eazy then joins the singer for a drive around the city. The duo then play fireworks at an empty parking lot.


“All Your Fault: Pt. 1” consists 6 tracks including “I Got You” (title track), “Atmosphere”, “Small Doses”, “Gateway Drug”, and “Bad Bitch” (featuring Ty Dolla $ign).

Source: Entertainment Weekly/ Feature image: YouTube screenshot.

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