Juice WRLD's Posthumous Album 'Legends Never Die' Has Arrived

Brenda Watkins
July 12, 2020

Spotify experienced a system shut-down late on Thursday night, preventing people from listening to the new music releases of the week, including Legends Never Die. Today we all miss Juice WRLD, he went away too soon.

"You guys meant the entire world to Juice and by listening to his music, watching his videos, and sharing your stories about him, you are keeping his memory alive forever", Juice WRLD's family and friends said to fans earlier this year, saying that plans were in motion to honor the artist by sharing unreleased music "and other projects" in the future. Both songs will appear on Legends Never Die, although a full tracklist has yet to be revealed. It was followed by the "Tell Me U Luv Me", supported by his frequent collaborator Trippie Redd, on May 29. Since his death, his estate has released many of his singles. However the prolific MC was on a quick upward trajectory from his two beforehand launched albums (2018's "Goodbye & Good Riddance", 2019's "Dying Race for Love") and his 2018 collaboration with Future, "WRLD on Medication". This has released on July 10. On the hazy "Life's a Mess", with Halsey (and co-produced byRick Rubin), he will get ruminative and romantic relatively than his ordinary psychological disturbance or demise obsessions - he's even corny, with lyrics like "Have you ever ever fallen head over heels for somebody?" Slim collaborated with WRLD on the viral track "Godzilla", which peaked at No. 3 on the Hot 100.

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The following month, on February 28, it was G Herbo's turn to feature a previously-unreleased work with Juice in the title track of his fourth album "PTSD", also including Chance the Rapper and Lil Uzi Vert.

A total of three albums of Juice WRLD have released. He worked together with the Puerto Rican hip-hop star Anuel AA and the Jamaican record producer Rvssian.

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