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Internet Money, Juice WRLD, and Trippie Redd’s “Blastoff” gets an animated video

The collaboration can be found on Internet Money’s ‘B4 The Storm.’

Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd
Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd
Video screenshot/KDC Visions

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.

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