Demi Lovato and G-Eazy looked to be the best of friends as they shot a music video for an unreleased track on Thursday.
The collaborators were seen embracing after walking arm-in-arm during a nighttime shoot on the streets of Los Angeles.
Demi, 28, rocked a full denim jumpsuit and a slicked mullet while the rapper, 32, slipped his lanky frame into cropped jeans and a preppy white cardigan.
Collaboration: Demi Lovato, 28, and G-Eazy, 32, team up for a new collaboration, as the entertainers are seen shooting a music video together in Los Angeles late Thursday
The Confident singer — who came out as non-binary last month and uses pronouns they/them — showed a bit of skin in the plunging number and paired the look with shiny platform boots.
Their usual pixie cut was transformed into a mullet and they sported dramatic makeup that wouldn’t wash out on camera.
The No Limit rapper put his arm around Demi as he wore stylish jeans and a white T-shirt with a cardigan.
He slipped his feet into a pair of black and white loafers and displayed his signature slick hairdo with one tendril on his forehead.
Denim: The collaborators both wore denim outfits as Demi rocked a plunging jumpsuit and the rapper sported cropped jeans
Variety: While on set the pair were seen doing various takes including some walking and posing shots by a heavily graffitied wall
While on set the pair were seen doing various takes including some walking and posing shots by a heavily graffitied wall, and at one point they put their backs together before sharing a hug.
Back in 2018, the two had fielded dating rumors after they were seen holding hands in a club, but the rapper told ET afterwards that Demi was ‘just a friend.’
Though the name of the duo’s collaboration has yet to be revealed they have been shooting the music video for the last two days, and the song is reportedly off his upcoming record.
In a 2020 interview with Hit Up Ange, G-Eazy revealed that his new album would feature Lovato as well as a few other heavy hitters.
Sweet embrace: The No Limit rapper was seen hugging the Confident singer in another shot
Exciting venture: The Bay Area born rapper teased Demi’s appearance on his album during an interview given in September
‘I got Lil Wayne on my album, I got Chris Brown on my album and Demi Lovato, I’m excited man,’ he said.
And now that the I Love Me singer has come out as non-binary, they said their art has become ‘that much greater,’ but expressed nerves about not being a ‘hyper-feminine popstar.’
‘Now that I’m living my truth, my art has just become that much greater because my art is a reflection of who I am,’ Lovato said on the June 9 episode of their podcast 4D.
‘So now that I’m able to be more transparent in the world about who I am, they can see my art better and they can hear it better,’ they added.
Shedding an image: ‘I was so afraid at times of what my career would look like if I wasn’t that super sexy, hyper-feminine popstar,’ they said on their 4D podcast
Speaking their truth: The singer came out as non-binary last month and announced their pronouns would be they/them moving forward
Lovato first came out last month in a video message in which they said they had been doing ‘some healing and self-reflective work,’ which ultimately led to the realization.
‘The past year and a half, I’ve been doing some healing and self-reflective work. And through this work, I’ve had this revelation that I identify as nonbinary. With that said, I’ll officially be changing my pronouns to they/them.’
And on their podcast they added that they had reservations about how the realization would affect their career, but ultimately said it was about ‘living [their] truth.’
Lovato said: ‘I was so afraid at times of what my career would look like if I wasn’t that super sexy, hyper-feminine popstar…but my career doesn’t matter as much to me now as it does living my truth.’
Elevated art: ‘Now that I’m living my truth, my art has just become that much greater because my art is a reflection of who I am,’ Lovato said on the June 9 episode of their podcast 4D; pictured June 10