Juice WRLD and Young Thug reunite on their explosive new collaboration “Bad Boy.”
The Pi’erre Bourne banger kicks off with the late Chicago rapper. “Will Smith and Martin Lawrence, I’m a bad boy,” Juice raps, while Slime stunts on his verse: “Newborn baby, my Richard Mille nine months / Overseas, hundred scheme, bitch, croissants.”
Along with the song, the dynamic duo brings the heat in the cinematic video, which was the last visual that Juice WRLD shot before his death in December 2019.
This is not the first time the two have teamed up. They previously collaborated on tracks like “Mannequin Challenge,” “ON GOD,” and “Red Bentley.”
“Bad Boy” follows a series of posthumous Juice WRLD collaborations with The Kid LAROI (“Reminds Me of You”), Benny Blanco (“Real Shit”), and The Weeknd (“Smile”). In July, Juice WRLD’s estate released his first posthumous album Legends Never Die, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200.
Last month, Thug dropped “Take It to Trial” with Gunna, the first single off YSL Records’ forthcoming compilation Slime Language 2.