It's no secret Juice WRLD was an avid videogame player throughout his childhood. His Death Race for Lovealbum artwork is heavily influenced by PlayStation, and he draws on that same inspiration for the theme behind his latest visual to DRFL single "Hear Me Calling," which dropped Monday (March 11).
The CGI-fused video finds Juice left with 60 seconds to complete the mission and save his girlfriend. The 20-year-old hops into videogame mode, as the scene pivots to something straight out of the famed PlayStation series Twisted Metal, of which Juice is a devout fan. Dodging land mines and acquiring powerups help propel the "Robbery" rapper into saving the day and successfully escaping with his love interest by the clip's end.
Juice also happened to offer up his thoughts on the backlash against Michael Jackson following the explicit claims of sexual abuse made in the Leaving Neverland HBO documentary last week. "Rip to the legend Michael Jackson let the legend rest and his legacy stand," the Chicago-bred artist wrote.