Future and Juice WRLD linked up to give us a bright and catchy collab dubbed "Fine China." On this new song, produced by Atlanta's own Wheezy, the two rap about being crazy about the women in their life, comparing them to the finest dinnerware. Take a listen to "Fine China" above. 

Overall the track is pretty good, but it'd definitely be better without this horrible line in the chorus about femicide: 

"It's her body or nobody, I refuse to compromise
So if she leaves, I'ma kill her, oh, she a dime
Did I say that out loud? I'm so crazy about mine"

This should go without saying, but rapping about domestic violence and murder is just not it, regardless of the intention behind the lyric.

Moving on, Juice shared a photo of him and Future in matching outfits on Sunday, which looks like a behind-the-scenes of a forthcoming music video for this new track. 


Every where we go, they be like goals. We some icons 👑 #WrldOnDrugs

A post shared by Juice WRLD 9 9 9 (@juicewrld999) on Oct 14, 2018 at 2:54pm PDT

It's been a busy couple days for the 19-year-old Chicago rapper, who kicked off this week by releasing a video for his new song "Armed & Dangerous" via Lyrical Lemonade. Check the Cole Bennett-directed video out below. 


Shot a movie with my brother @_colebennett_ having fun overseas. Video out now #Armed&Dangerous 999 🖤🖤🖤

A post shared by Juice WRLD 9 9 9 (@juicewrld999) on Oct 14, 2018 at 10:42pm PDT