G-Eazy and Carnage are about to release their joint EP Step Brothers, and the first single from the project is "Guala," and they've just dropped the video.

In the vid, both rappers play bobble-head figures and aimlessly stroll around town, while they horseplay with each other. Overall, the video is pretty simple--as is the song--but it looks like that's what the two were going for.

"Guala, guala, guala guala /She said her name but I forgot it / I seen it, liked it, so I copped it / If you ain't taking money, change the topic / After-party in the hills / She want Vodka and pills / She so numb she don't feel," spit G-Eazy.

During an interview with Complex, G-Eazy said that he and Carnage did the EP in no time at all.

"We did it in two nights," G stated. "We've literally known each other forever, and we both worked our a----- off for years to come up and make it to this point. We've both always had that same level of ambition, even when we were unknown. That's my brother for life, so we'll probably keep working together for the rest of our careers."

You can watch the new video above and look out for the Step Brothers EP on March 31.

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