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Watch: G-Eazy and Jack Harlow Join Forces for Star-Studded "Moana" Video

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MIAMI, FLORIDA - JANUARY 31: G-Eazy (C) attends "McDonald's Celebrates The Big Game Weekend with Bootsy Bellows and Post Malone" on January 31, 2020 in Miami, Florida. (Photo by Craig Barritt/Getty Images for McDonald's)

G-Eazy and Jack Harlow have connected for their first collaboration, “Moana,” produced by trap music pioneer Zaytoven🔥

In the semi-NSFW, quarantine-themed visuals, there’s an array of high-profile cameos made via video chat, including Diddy, Jamie Foxx, Snoop Dogg, Blake Griffin, and Trippie Redd, as well as adult models Gabbie Carter and Kira Noir. 

Young Gerald, Harlow, and Zay also connect over Zoom to recite lyrics in between other at-home cuts of fans crafting their own dances and the two rappers appearing with super-sized heads on social media apps like TikTok and Instagram.

Guided by a strong, bouncing beat, Harlow, whose smash single "WHATS POPPIN" is currently sitting at No. 9 on Spotify's U.S. Top 50 chart, demonstrates his intuitive ability to craft witty hooks. He meshes missing Barack Obama with the sauna of his label boss, Generation Now co-founder DJ Drama, and the thought of his girl looking like Moana.

Yes, Moana, like from the 2016 Disney flick. 😂

"I miss Obama / I went to Drama's, he got his own sauna / Better come get her, 'cause your hoe on us / Got a bitch from Samoa, look like Moana," he raps.

Harlow, who lives in Zay's hometown of Atlanta, was first spotted in the studio with the producer in December. A few weeks later, he and G-Eazy linked during Super Bowl weekend in Miami, snapping a few shots together at a party.

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G-Eazy, meanwhile, has been making the most of his recent time inside. Coinciding with the release of "Moana" on Wednesday, he offered a guest verse alongside his ex-girlfriend, Devon Baldwin, on "Angel Cry."

Splitting several years ago, Gerald is finally ready to reflect on their failed relationship. "I wanted to love you, but my career was more important," he confesses.