“Bad At Love”, “Closer”, “Eyes Closed”, and “Now Or Never”, the music videos for Halsey have always emphasized the lyrics and the mood and never pushed her sex appeal. But get ready for a new image of Halsey with her recent live performance of “Him and I” with new boyfriend, G-Eazy, on Jimmy Kimmel Live. Dressed in a snug short dress with matching heels and cornrows, Halsey has never looked hotter! The chemistry between G-Eazy and Halsey jump off the screen as they trade seductive glances and G-Eazy appears ready to make a move on stage. The Top 10 single comes from his “The Beautiful and Damned” album. They’ve been dating for a few months and that kind of realism adds a sexy element to their live performances. Sometimes, YouTube will features a couple of performance from The Jimmy Kimmel Live Concert Series that didn’t make the talk show but it appears “Him & I” was a one-off performance last week.
“HIM & I” On Jimmy Kimmel Live
Ashley Frangipane aka Halsey with the first letters rearranged, isn’t the first female pop star to share the stage with the California rapper, Gerald Gilium. Britney Spears (“Me, Myself, and I” and “Make Me…”), Cardi B (“No Limit”), and Kehlani (“The Good Life”) all scored major hits with G-Eazy in the last three years. But “Him & I” looks to be the best of the bunch. Halsey described the single, “It’s like this Bonnie & Clyde record, we made it out of love. It’s not two artists pretending to be something they’re not for the sake of a story. It’s like we really made this record about our real lives and hopefully we get to share that with other people who feel similarly about each other. We’re really fortunate. We live really cool lives and we get to do really cool stuff together. I just hope that, you know, some young couple somewhere in a slower part of world maybe can hear it and maybe imagine what it would be like for just four minutes.”
The original music video opens with the words “This video was made by Gerald and Ashley on a weekend in NYC with friends. They were stars on this stage, each playing to an audience of two”.