“I Don’t Die," a cut off Joyner Lucas and Chris Brown’s joint project Angels & Demons, now has a video. Wednesday, Lucas shared the clip he co-directed with frequent collaborator Ben Proulx. Lucas and Brown play prison guard–mocking death row inmates who can't be killed by lethal injection, a gas chamber, electric chair, or, at the end, for Breezy, a firing squad. He gets graphically blasted—warning, violent!—only to hop back up with a Looney Tunes grin. The narrative matches the resilient lyrics.
Angels & Demons is set for release soon. Back in February, Lucas released the cover art and lead single "Stranger Things."
"You ever heard Michael Jackson rap?" Lucas said in an Instagram post that has since been deleted. "Lol well Me and @chrisbrown got a lot of heat in the oven. No bullshit tho. Breezy mite be my new favorite rapper. You’ll see."
Speaking on Brown’s history of domestic violence back in March, Lucas explained his belief that the past doesn’t take away from Brown’s current work. “And I see every time this man do some superhuman shit the first thing motherfuckers wanna post is, 'Oh, but he's a woman beater,'" Lucas said on Instagram at the time. "You can do that shit all you want but that does not take away from the fact that he's gonna do what he do better than any man who's ever done it."