Back in August, Internet Money unveiled their debut LP B4 The Storm, a 17-track collection of tracks by Kevin Gates, Lil Keed, Young Nudy, Future, Swae Lee, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, Wiz Khalifa, Don Toliver, Gunna, NAV, and loads more. Months later, the Taz Taylor-led collective dropped a Complete Edition of the album with instrumentals and the Roddy Ricch-assisted remix of the standout cut “Lemonade.”

This past weekend, Internet Money dropped off a new video from B4 The Storm for “Blastoff,” which features Trippie Redd and late artist Juice WRLD. Produced by Taylor, Pharaoh Vice, Repko, Nick Mira, and KC Supreme, the emo-esque “Blastoff” sees the collaborators harmonizing about their respective exes:

“You picked that knife up and you stabbin’ me, wish it was a paper cut, but it’s a gash, I bleed out, and the way you keep harassin’ me, it’s a shame this the way that it has to be/

Yeah, time is of the essence, you know damn well you bring hell, I should call a reverend, devil horns on a angel, still haven’t learned my lesson, we’re a mess and our life’s a wreck, toxic, toxic, toxic…/”

Beautifully animated by KDC Visions, the visual begins with Trippie spotting a beautiful woman on another planet via telescope — he then finds a rocket ship to reach her. Meanwhile, Juice fights off zombies before finding Trippie’s presumed love interest, now morphed into a massive demonizing figure. Before Juice meets his demise, Trippie lands his ship directly into the head of said creature — who eventually reverts back to normal after Trippie blows smoke in her face. It’s ultimately a bittersweet clip for fans of Juice WRLD, who tragically passed away in 2019.

Fans can press play on Internet Money, Juice WRLD, and Trippie Redd’s “Blastoff” video below.