The video to the bilingual track serves as a heartfelt tribute to Juice WRLD.
Almost six months after his death at 21 years old, Juice WRLD makes a posthumous appearance in “No Me Ame,” his collaboration with Jamaican producer Rvssian and Anuel, which was recorded before his death.
The song features Anuel rapping in Spanish and Juice WRLD singing in English, in a counterpoint that’s ultimately made more poignant and almost melancholy given the bright hip-hop star's death. The video reinforces that feeling, with images of Anuel and Rvssian interspersed with archival footage of Juice WRLD, who is also shown with angel wings.
At the end of the clip, lit lanterns released from a rooftop rise to form a 999 in the sky, the title of Juice WRLD’s debut EP.