Pi’erre Bourne has the “Juice” in new video
The track can be found on ‘The Life Of Pi’erre 4.’
Pi’erre Bourne is steadily and strategically working his way through his The Life of Pi’erre track list, as he drops off another music video to continue the streak he’s been on this month. Next up is “Juice,” where he takes a bike ride through his city while delivering his bars about reminiscing:
Ayy, fuck what they say, I count my money alone. Yeah, my cousins from Belize, I gave ‘em all my VLONE, ayy. Yeah, it’s only right that I put my family on, ayy. Rest in peace, granny, ‘bout to get a Grammy, yeah, Miss Jones. I went platinum again, let’s put the plaque up in your home. I’ma keep stackin’ this dough ‘til I can’t stack this shit no more, ayy. Used to run the block with my bros, 12 years old. I ain’t know no better, I just wanted to be grown. Man, these lame n****s everywhere, do you see this? I feel like Ripley’s, dawg, wouldn’t believe this.
According to annotations on Genius, the “Juice” track was originally teased way back on Sept. 20, 2017 on markovisual’s Instagram for Pi’erre’s birthday, and the song would go on to also be played on Pi’erre’s Instagram live. The original version was called “c-notes/ripleys” (which makes sense considering the hook) and had an intro with Playboi Carti and a slightly changed beat. The song finally dropped as “Juice” on The Life of Pi’erre 4.
The music video follows his other visuals from the same project, including “Be Mine,” “Routine,” “Ballad,” “Racer,” and most recently, his triple pack of “Horoscopes,” “Doublemint,” and “Stereotypes.” The TLOP 4 project dropped back in 2019, but he unleashed the deluxe version in June of this year, with the lengthy project holding 31 songs total. Just last month, Pi’erre joined forces with Chavo to release their collaboration project Chavo’s World. At the top of the year, he dropped a joint project with Jelly titled The Wolf of Peachtree.
Be sure to check out Pi’erre Bourne’s new visual for “Juice” down below.
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