Juice WRLD’s estate has dropped the new video for the late rapper’s new song, ‘Tell Me U Luv Me,” which features Trippie Redd and Ally Lotti. Produced by Nick Mira and OK Tanner of Internet Money, it’s Juice WRLD’s second posthumous single and you can check the song’s visual out below.
Directed by Cole Bennett, the song’s half-animated, half-live action video clip features drawings and sketches in the style of high school doodles. Trippie Redd and Juice WRLD perform against a crumbled-up paper background, interspersed with archival footage of Juice WRLD and his girlfriend, Ally Lotti. For some parts, Lotti is shown lip-syncing Juice WRLD’s lyrics.
On the new track, Juice WRLD discusses a fondness for narcotics with feelings of love. “B_h, I’m a druggie/Can you hide my drugs from me?/When I get lonely, can you be my company?,” he raps. “Drugs to the brain, swervin’ inside of a Benz truck/I cannot stay in my lane…I got you in my brain…We’re forever in love…If you leave there’d be torment.”
“Tell me you love me, tell me everything gonna be OK,” Trippie Redd sings on the chorus. “Tell me you love me, tell me you love me and you gonna stay/Tell me you love me, tell me you love me, won’t go nowhere.”
‘Tell Me U Luv Me’ follows the release of ‘Righteous,’ which he recorded in his Los Angeles studio and the late rapper’s estate unveiled in April. The song debuted at Number 3 on the Rolling Stone Top 100 Songs chart.
Elsewhere in Juice WRLD news, the star’s mother Carmela Wallace recently announced the establishment of the Live Free 999 Fund which will receive additional support via Grade A and Interscope Records. The fund aims to support young people in their battles with addiction, anxiety and depression.
“Young people around the world were truly touched by my son’s music because he spoke to issues and situations in his music that resonated with them so deeply,” said Ms. Wallace. “I was aware of his struggles with addiction, anxiety, and depression; we had many conversations about his challenges with these issues. I know he truly wanted to be free from the demons that tormented him. I made the decision upon his death that I was going to share his struggles with the world with the objective of helping others.”