Nearly five months removed from dropping off his Goodbye & Good Riddance mixtape, Juice Wrld makes his return. Yesterday (Oct. 14), the Chicago upstart dropped off "Armed & Dangerous," a Dre Moon-produced new track that finds Juice getting back in his bag.

The new track is a free associative one where the melodically inclined artist spits about his come-up while firing off some flexes and self-aware bars. "Sipping lean, cliche, I still do it anyway/Red and purple in a cup, which one should I pick today?/Sipping hard, gun on me, no need for bodyguard," he raps.

In the video for the new visual, which was directed by Cole Bennett, we see clips of Juice Wrld in concert. Those clips are juxtaposed with shots of Juice either preparing for a show or standing in dark spaces simply mouthing the lyrics to his new track.

"Armed & Dangerous" comes at the peak of Juice Wrld mania. With a knack for melody, sincere lyrics and the ability to freestyle for an hour straight, he's garnered plenty of attention since his breakout single, "Lucid Dreams," popped off this past spring. Here's to hoping he keeps it up.

Check out "Armed & Dangerous" for yourself below. Watch Juice hang out with XXL and drop racks at Unique Hype Collection when you're done.

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