Skizzy Mars ft. G-Eazy & Devon Baldwin - Pay for You

Posted 3 years ago
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G-Eazy
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None (Promo Single)

With women steadily gaining on their male counterparts in the economic arena, more and more guys are finding themselves earning less than their significant others. Whereas some men would chafe at having to be supported by their girl, Skizzy Mars embraces the trend on new promo single Pay for You. Originally released on Monday in conjunction with the artist’s announcement of his upcoming tour plans (more on that below), the record details Skizzy’s romance with a financially secure female who’s happy to invest in his budding rap career. Booth fave G-Eazy assists on the production tip, flipping a tuneful sample from Emily Haines’ The Maid Needs a Maid as well as stepping into the spotlight on verse two and Devon Baldwin provides additional vocals. Like what you’re hearing? You’ll be able to catch both Mars and Eazy performing live on the latter’s Must Be Nice Tour, which begins in January and runs through March. Visit Geazy.com to find out when they’ll be visiting a city near you!

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