Animated Juice Wrld Plays With His Own Therapist At The 'Wishing Well' Video

HipHop News Posted on July 13, 2020 at 8:26am

Animated Juice Wrld Plays With His Own Therapist At The 'Wishing Well' Video

The track comes from the late rapper's posthumous album 'Legends Never Die' it fell on the 10th of July.

KDC Visions created an animated version of Juice Wrld as part of a new video for the late rapper of the song "wishing Well." The images bring the Juice of the struggles of life, showing their feelings is poured into a well and that it represents a therapy session where he plays his own counselor.

"Wishing well" is a strange track because of the Interscope Records artist essentially predicts his own death. On the hook, he mentions that he can't breathe, and notes of "drugs killing me softly, Lauryn Hill.".centered-ad {

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After 2019 the death of an accidental overdose, the posthumous song plays as a cry for help that does not reach people in time.

"This is the part where I say that I'm okay, but I'm lying/I don't want you to worry about/This is the part where I take all my feelings and hide em/Because I don't want anyone to harm me," he says on the track.


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"Wishing well" appears on the Juice of the Legends Never Die album, which fell on the 10th of July. The LP is projected to debut at no. 1 on the Billboard 200.

See the animated film "wishing Well" video above and stream Legends Never Die below.


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