"Hittin Licks" appears on the Oakland-born musician's latest EP, "Scary Nights," which arrived a few days ahead of Halloween.
A few weeks after the EP release, G-Eazy has unveiled the cinematic music video for "Hittin Licks," which was directed by his frequent collaborator Daniel Czerni.
The black-and-white visual sees the rapper portraying a film noir detective as he investigates a murder scene.
He later interrogates the prime suspect in the case in a smoke-filled room at the police station, quickly engaging in a dangerous romance with the woman.
"One life to live, I would die for you/Whatever you ask, you know I would supply for you/Rolex, Chanel clutch I buy for you/Cartier nail bracelet 'cause I adore you," he raps in the Sarato and Charlie Heat-produced track.
"Hittin Licks" is the second cut from "Scary Nights" to receive an accompanying visual, following the previously issued "I Wanna Rock" featuring Gunna.
The rapper is not the only guest collaborator to appear on the EP, for which G-Eazy also enlisted French Montana, Moneybagg Yo as well as Miguel and the Game.
"Scary Nights" arrived two years after the "Him & I" vocalist dropped his fifth studio album, "The Beautiful & Damned."
It is still unclear when G-Eazy will unveil his next studio effort, on which he has reportedly been working in recent weeks.
Sooooo much new music on the way... been workin harder than ever this year can't wait for the world to hear it— G-Eazy (@G_Eazy) September 21, 2019
"I have a bunch of new music coming out for the next year and then I have a new album that I'm almost finished with, so very excited about that," he recently told Entertainment Weekly.
In addition to releasing "Scary Nights," G-Eazy recently made his big screen debut in Constance Wu's "Hustlers," alongside fellow chart-toppers Jennifer Lopez, Cardi B and Lizzo.
Discover the accompanying music video for "Hittin Licks":