All G-Eazy ever wanted was to get famous through his music. But now that he's achieved that status, the Oakland rapper is wondering if it was worth it. In his new single and video "Me, Myself & I" featuring Bebe Rexha, G-Eazy reflects on losing any opportunity for solitude as his profile rises. Assisted by Rexha's hook, G-Eazy looks inward and struggles with his former aspirations as a young artist versus his current desires.

The video depicts G-Eazy as wanting a simple night to himself on his birthday, but being brought to a surprise party. Everyone there is ready to celebrate and make him the life of the party while G-Eazy simple wants to get away from it. Other facets of his personality later confront him, reminding him that this is what he wanted. It's true battle within one's self.

"Me, Myself & I" will appear on G-Eazy's second studio album When It's Dark Out, which is scheduled to drop on Dec. 4. Watch the trailer for the album below.