Yesterday, Juice WRLD decided to share the lead single in support of his forthcoming studio album Death Race for Love, “Robbery.” Now, he’s swiftly following up that record’s initial release with its visual component. Notably, the Chicago artist teams up with Cole Bennett to bring the “Robbery” video for life.
“You let me know love is not the answer / Not the answer, not the answer / I love to do drugs so mind my manners / I get high when you don’t decide to answer,” Juice WRLD croons. “Phone home, I need to phone home / I’m throwing rocks at your window, I need to go home / I don’t wanna leave / I just wanna be with you.”
“It’s been all in my life, whether its my cousin rapping and me sneaking to listen to shit I wasn’t supposed to be listening to,” Juice WRLD previously told us, breaking down his origins. “I first wanted to be a rapper when I was like still going back to summer camp, I was young as hell. I didn’t have nowhere to go during the daytime and shit. I was probably in first or second grade … It was always in my life. But at some points in my life I wanted to hoop, at some point in my life I want to play football, the typical boys phase. It always been in the picture though. Sometimes more serious than others.”
You can check out Juice WRLD’s new, Cole Bennett-directed video for “Robbery” above, while Death Race for Love is scheduled to hit streaming services on March 8.
For more, check out Juice WRLD and Halsey’s “Without Me” remix.
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