Demi Lovato thanked G-Eazy as the two artists dropped their new music video, "Breakdown."

Lovato, 29, took to Instagram on Thursday evening to drop the music video about the real-life breakdowns experienced by the two artists. "I’ve got big plans but none of them feel like mine _ Thank you @G_Eazy for sharing this song with me," the singer wrote in the caption.

The video begins by showing close-ups of both stars and many controversial headlines, hovering their faces, including G-Eazy's legal troubles and Lovato's drug overdose.

G-Eazy sings, "Been fighting my demons, but they ain't fighting fair" while Lovato adds, "I got big plans, but none of them feel like mine."

Fans took to Twitter on the same day to share their reactions. One of the fans praised Lovato for sharing their "pain and trauma" in a powerful way through the music video. "The way demi pours their pain and trauma out into their art is so powerful. thank you demi," the fan wrote alongside Lovato’s photos.

Another fan shared screenshots from the music video.

A user wrote, "Holy sh-t I started crying watching this music video it touched me deeply very inspiring inspirational words love this video," while another user noted, "this song is incredible i'm so proud of you for all you've overcome you inspire me every single day to keep fighting you're one of the reasons for my happiness i love you."

Earlier this week, G-Eazy was arrested for allegedly punching two men outside a hotel in New York. Last year, the 32-year-old rapper made headlines after his ex-girlfriend claimed that he cheated on her multiple times.

Lovato, on the other hand, revealed in March 2021 that they were assaulted by their drug dealer after they overdosed. The singer also released a documentary featuring the 2018's incident and noted that the drug dealer left them to die alone after taking advantage.

On the work front, Lovato is currently working on an upcoming comedy TV series, "Hungry," which revolves around a group of friends who are looking for success and love in life.

Whereas, G-Eazy will be next seen in a horror movie, "18 & Over." The movie will also star Pamela Anderson, Jake Weary, Luis Guzman, Paris Hilton and Lindsey Pelas.

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Demi Lovato speaks on stage at the Teen Vogue Summit 2019 on Nov. 2, 2019 in Los Angeles. Rich Fury/Getty Images for Teen Vogue

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