“Bandit” by Juice WRLD & YoungBoy Never Broke Again
As we all know, a bandit is someone tantamount to an outlaw, as in a thief. But in this particular song, such a title being bestowed upon the artists is actually symbolic. And what it refers to is what appears to be their habitual tendency to steal women they are really attracted to away from their boyfriends.
Also, a permeating idea throughout which is related to this theme appears to be the idea that the homeys are prepared to even physically confront these ladies’ current sweethearts in the names of taking them away and basically having sensual affairs with them. And another prominent sub theme is WRLD’s affinity for hard substances, particularly “molly”.
So conclusively, “Bandit” ultimately breaks down to being something akin to an ode to bedroom fun and violence.
Facts about “Bandit”
“Bandit” is the first track Juice WRLD dropped since his “Death Race for Love” album in March of 2019. And it is actually expected to be featured on his third album, which as at the release of “Bandit” is scheduled to come out in late December, 2019.
“Bandit” itself was released on 4 October 2019.
The track was produced by Nick Mira, who also co-wrote the song with Juice and YoungBoy.
Is this the first time Juice WRLD is collaborating with YoungBoy?