Directed by Steve Cannon, the accompanying visual begins with Juice apologizing for not attending what we can assume was LAROI’s birthday party. He promises to make it up for his friend, however, offering a verse on the track that’s priced at $200,000 USD. Throughout the visual, LAROI can be seen riding motorbikes and enjoying a scenic view of the sunset. Juice’s promise pushes through and clips of him in the studio, at a live show and just hanging out are weaved in to remind of us the talent we lost too early.
16-year-old LAROI has been co-signed by Lil Skies and Juice, even opening for the latter during his shows in Melbourne and Sydney.
Watch The Kid LAROI and Juice WRLD’s “GO” visual above.
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