Armed & Dangerous

Album: Goodbye & Good Riddance (2018)
Charted: 80 44
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Songfacts®:

  • 2018 was a breakout year for Juice WRLD, following the release of his hit single "Lucid Dreams (Forget Me)" and his Top 5 debut album Goodbye & Good Riddance. This song finds him reflecting on his meteoric rise and new status.

    I got the M&M's (Millions)
    I called my mom, told her I made it
    Yeah, mama, your son too famous
    He on everybody playlist


    The rapper goes on to flex that despite his come up he's still living the street life

    But he's still armed and dangerous
    He'll pop at a stranger
    Sippin' lean, cliché
    I still do it anyway
    Red or purple in the cup


    Juice is carrying a gun for protection and hasn't given up drinking cough syrup.
  • The song's music video was directed by Cole Bennett, who also helmed Juice's "Lucid Dreams" and "All Girls Are The Same" clips. The visual primarily comprises scenes from the Chicago rapper's live performances in Europe as part of his The World Domination Tour.

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