[Photo via Juice WRLD/YouTube]

While we’re still waiting on the many posthumous songs Juice WRLD has to be released into the world, we’re getting a new collaboration from the rapper today with Jamaican producer Rvssian and Anuel’s “No Me Ame.”

The track also comes with a brand new music video which features footage of Juice WRLD with a pair of angel wings as he raps his verses.

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The song sees Anuel rapping intercut with verses from Juice WRLD. The video itself also features archival footage of the late-rapper with an angelic glow surrounding him every time he appears on screen. There’s also references to his debut EP 999 all throughout the video, capping off with lanterns lighting up the sky to form the numbers.

You can check out the new music video in the player below.

Recently, we got a taste of the solo work Juice WRLD’s estate has planned for release.

The rapper’s girlfriend, Ally Lotti, revealed a snippet of a new track on her Instagram account.

In December 2019, Juice WRLD, aka Jarad Anthony Higgins, passed away at the age of 21 after suffering a seizure in a Chicago airport.

In March, Ally Lotti hit her Instagram live while playing a brief bit of a new song.

The two were dating for several months prior to Juice WRLD’s passing with him frequently posting about how she was one of his biggest sources of happiness.

The new song appears to be about her with him rapping “Put your left hand in my right/I’m your best friend, you’re my wife” before describing some of her tattoos. Fans were clearly ecstatic about the new music teaser with constant comments calling for her to drop the track flooding the stream.

You can check out the clip below.

 

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