The Chicago rapper has to complete tasks to save his girlfriend.
This morning, we reported on the sales projections for Juice WRLD's new album Death Race For Love. At first glance, twenty-two songs seems a little long but the Chicago star's fans completely ate up the new offering, bringing him almost a guaranteed No. 1 debut. The album cover is very much video game inspired, resembling old PlayStation 1 games. It looks like his visuals will also follow that theme with "Hear Me Calling" being released today, showing Juice as a character in a game who must complete a few tasks to save his girlfriend.
Directed by Bradley and Pablo, it looks like Juice WRLD has moved on from Cole Bennett exclusive videos. The directors were able to execute Juice's vision perfectly, animating him into a game and letting the viewer watch every one of his moves. When he finds out that his girl has been kidnapped, the rapper takes off on a mission to save her, avoiding obstacles and driving his car recklessly while following the illusion in front of him. There is a lot of depth to the video. Considering Juice WRLD often sings about his drug use, it's likely that this is the kind of stuff going on inside of his head during a trip. Perhaps there is no video game at all and the Chicago native is simply racing his Jeep around for nothing. I could also just be looking way too far into it.
Regardless, the visuals for "Hear Me Calling" are dope. Check it out above.