Album: B4 the Storm (2020)
Charted: 79
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  • Internet Money is a record producer, collective, and record label co-founded by Taz Taylor and Nick Mira. Best known for producing hits for rappers like Drake, Young Thug and Lil Uzi Vert, they also helped break Juice WRLD at an early stage of his career. This song featuring Juice WRLD & Trippie Redd was recorded for the collective's debut album, B4 the Storm.
  • This braggadocio track features rhymes by Juice and his good friend Trippie Redd recorded in 2019. "It wasn't a forced song, trying to do it for anybody," Mira told Complex. "They literally talk about being together in Bahamas in the song and all that. They were good friends, too. They had a bunch of songs, and this was just one that flowed a lot."
  • After getting permission from Juice's Grade A Productions label about including the song on B4 the Storm project, the Internet Money team cleaned up the production. Taylor was working on "Blastoff" the day before Juice's untimely death on December 8, 2019. He told NME it was Juice's "crazy" verse that made this song such a special addition to the album. "Literally when he's on a record, he doesn't stop," he said. "I just wanted to make it about Juice... If we didn't get it, it would have never seen the light of day."
  • Juice WRLD and Trippie Redd had collaborated on several previous occasions, including 2019's "6 Kiss," which featured on Redd's A Love Letter to You 4 mixtape and "Tell Me U Luv Me," which can be found on Juice's 2020 posthumous Legends Never Die album.


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