It was several weeks ago when Juice WRLD released the Dre Moon-produced track “Armed & Dangerous.” The song was accompanied by a music video helmed by Cole Bennett, who also directed Juice’s “Lucid Dreams” and “All Girls Are the Same” visuals; however, shortly after the song premiered, the video and record were taken down without explanation.

Thankfully for fans, the record wasn’t permanently shelved.

“Armed & Dangerous” returned to the web Thursday night, just as Juice and Cole promised.

You can stream the single now on all major streaming platforms, including Apple Music, iTunes, and Spotify. The video is also available below.

In a recent interview with Complex, Cole spoke about his collaborations with Juice and the rapper's "unbelievable" work ethic.

“Juice WRLD is one of the most talented people I know. The way he comes up with things and the way he works is just unbelievable,” he said. “The thing about Juice WRLD is he always wants to be in the studio. He's addicted to working. And I think that's why him and I get along so well. He just always wants to work.”

“Armed & Dangerous” arrives three weeks after the Chicago rapper dropped Wrld on Drugs, his collaborative tape with Future.