|Single by Benny Blanco and Juice Wrld|
|from the album Friends Keep Secrets 2|
|Released||August 30, 2019|
|Benny Blanco singles chronology|
|Juice Wrld singles chronology|
The song was released on August 30, 2019, and is the second collaboration between the artists since "Roses" in December 2018, which also featured Brendon Urie. It was later included on the reissue of Blanco's debut studio album Friends Keep Secrets, released in 2021.
Juice Wrld's pose in the song's promotional material was later included on the cover art for his first posthumous album, Legends Never Die.
The music video was released on August 30, 2019, and was directed by Jake Schreier. The video is made up of a montage of students, played by various celebrities, with captions describing how they turned out after high school. Celebrities who make cameos as students in the video include Justice Smith, Hailee Steinfeld, Noah Cyrus, Dove Cameron, Maddie Ziegler, David Dobrik, Madison Beer, and others. Juice Wrld appears in the video as a student named "Gary, whose obsession with video games would cost him his sight" while Benny Blanco plays "Mr. Upchuck", a math teacher who claims to have hooked up with a popular clique at a party. Only Hailee appears as herself, and she saves humanity by ending the "Robotic War". Additionally, American comedic rapper Lil Dicky makes an appearance as the principal of the high school.
They are (in order of appearance):
- Hailee (Hailee Steinfeld)
- Jackson (Justice Smith)
- Ashley (Dove Cameron)
- Decker (Kaitlyn Dever)
- Becky (Noah Cyrus)
- Scott Hammer (Ross Butler)
- Danny (Tony Revolori)
- Jill (Gracie Abrams)
- Jasper (Nat Wolff)
- Kristen (Maddie Ziegler)
- Gary (Juice Wrld)
- Greta (Olivia Munn)
- Dom (Austin Abrams)
- Vance (Tommy Dorfman)
- Jenny (Peyton List)
- Ryan (David Dobrik)
- Mr. Upchuck (Benny Blanco)
- Principal Chooke (Lil Dicky)
- The Untouchables are played by Charlotte Lawrence, Madison Beer, Elsie Hewitt and Bianca Finch
A vertical video was released on October 4, 2019, which features the characters from the music video in a form of the school yearbook.
|Canada (Canadian Hot 100)||90|
|New Zealand Hot Singles (RMNZ)||12|
|UK Singles (OCC)||88|
|US Bubbling Under Hot 100 Singles (Billboard)||8|
|US Rolling Stone Top 100||77|
|United States (RIAA)||Platinum||1,000,000|
Sales+streaming figures based on certification alone.
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