Last year, the world got to hear Juice WRLD’s third album Legends Never Die, his first posthumous effort that saw 22 tracks and additional features from The Weeknd, Trippie Redd, Marshmello, Polo G, The Kid Laroi, and Halsey. This week, fans get to check out a new visual from the project for “Conversations,” which features production from Ardist, Nils, DJ Scheme, and Ronny Jeezy and sees Juice singing about his rockstar lifestyle and the vices contained within it:
“The devil hit my phone, he wanna talk, but I’m not really up for conversations, I can have my cake and eat it, too I just gotta make a reservation.../”
The accompanying clip comes courtesy of Steve Cannon, and shows footage of Juice WRLD during better times, hanging with his friends and team on his tour bus, taking to stages in front of packed crowds, and more. Elsewhere, dirt bikes can be spotted doing various tricks in a motocross park while a literally demon of some kind watches on. The end of the video truly reminds us of how great of a loss Juice WRLD was to us, as he delivers an effortless freestyle to the delight of those around him.
In related news, artist-designer Takashi Murakami, known for working closely with the likes of Pharrell Williams and Kanye West, recently revealed to Genius that he and Juice WRLD had a collaboration in the works — only for tragedy to strike a short time later:
“I was a big fan of Juice WRLD. He came to my studio, he looked so happy with his girlfriend ... He wanted to make some animation project, kind of a demon and angel battle. ... I found [out] he had passed away, so I was so shocked.”
Press play on Juice WRLD’s bittersweet “Conversations” video below.