Blackbear and Machine Gun Kelly have three words for their exes “go f*ck yourself.” That’s the thing Blackbear says in the tune of their new cooperation, enigmatically named “GFY.” Rife with rock-affected guitars and drums, “GFY” highlights Blackbear kissing off an ex as she attempted “to f*ck all companions.”
On the scaffold of the Travis Barker-delivered track, Kelly argues to be taken “out this episode of Euphoria,” and “back to the Waldorf-Astoria,” prepared to partake in a debased night in the wake of leaving a harmful relationship. The tune goes before Blackbear’s impending 6th studio collection, In Loving Memory, which is made arrangements for discharge this mid year.
“Despite the fact that ‘GFY’ is the main single from the collection, fans will before long see it’s really a pleasant break in a generally weak venture,” expressed Blackbear in an explanation. “Additionally, I very much like making music with my companions.”
In the tune’s music video, coordinated by Blackbear himself, alongside John Tashiro and Tyler Serebreni, Blackbear plays a rural father who puts resources into a homicide examination. At the focal point of the examination is, as a matter of fact, Kelly. Fans might see a few natural characters making appearances in the video, including Mike Posner as a cop, Benny Blanco as a TV anchor, in addition to Aisha Mian, and August Maturo.