Marc E. Bassy & G-Eazy Double Down With Seductive 'Love Her Too' on 'Late Late Show': Watch

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Kurt Russell, Viggo Mortensen, Marc E. Bassy and G-Eazy perform on The Late Late Show with James Corden on Nov. 19, 2018.

Three is the magic number.

Taking over the Late Late Show stage with some sensual seduction vibes on Monday night (Nov. 19), Marc E. Bassy and G-Eazy flexed their steamy collaboration "Love Her Too." A sizzling fusion of pop, hip-hop and funk, "Love Her Too" is a flirty track that has both artists trying to work their way into a three-way relationship.   

Wearing an all-white outfit, Bassy flashed his glossy voice as he danced along to the playful tune. Singing against the bright break beats, he chanted the chorus "If I love her and I love you/ 'Cause you love her too/ Walking away from her/ I'm afraid to do/ If only I choose one day, one kiss/ And my heart gon' lose."    

  

Sliding onto the blazing red stage, G-Eazy contrasted with Bassy by wearing an all-black outfit and flexing his sharp flow, rhyming, "Life is all a gamble/ I feel like the casino out in Reno/ But I tell the truth to her, if Ifeel a way then she know/ Anything, anything, I do it for my sweetie pie/ She know I will die before I ever share a piece of my heart." 

"Love Her Too" is featured on Bassy's 2018 album Postmodern Depression.

Watch the performance below.

 

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