Anuel AA and Rvssian have teamed up for "No Me Ame," which also features a posthumous appearance from Juice WRLD.

To coincide with the release of the track, "No Me Ame" has received a Arrad Rahgoshay-directed video. Starring all three of those involved with the song, the visual was released as a tribute to the late Juice, who appears as an angel.

"This song is special for many reasons, and the music video hits the spot also," said Rvssian. "I'm super happy I was able to make this one happen. RIP Juice WRLD."

"No Me Ame" is the latest track to feature a posthumous verse from Juice WRLD, who died in December after suffering a seizure. The rapper has also recently appeared on tracks from YNW Melly, G Herbo, and Eminem among others. In a post on Instagram, Lil Bibby indicated that another album from Juice WRLD is on the way soon.

Just last month, Rvssian dropped the video for his Lil Mosey and Lil Tjay collab "Only the Team."