In the clip we find the late musician outfitted with angel wings, as his girlfriend, Ally Lotti, reminisces by looking at pictures of the two of them. Interspersed within, an animated Juice WRLD performs the song in picturesque settings.
The Weeknd appears halfway through the visual, having just experienced a car crash. He then makes his way down the street to find another ride, all while singing his part of the collab.
The video closes by depicting Juice WRLD engaging in an Instagram Live session from heaven. Press play below to watch the KDC Visions-directed and animated aesthetic.
Juice WRLD’s much-anticipated collaboration with The Weeknd arrives as the late rapper’s first posthumous album, Legends Never Die, released just last month, debuting at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. It’s been said that Juice recorded 2,000 unreleased tracks prior to his passing, which will likely lead to additional posthumous projects.