By the point Chicago rapper Juice WRLD died in December at age 21, he’d already made a giant influence on hip-hop. His meteoric rise began when he was simply a young person with the 2017 single “Lucid Goals,” a landmark within the burgeoning “emo rap” style, which exploded after he rerecorded it for his 2018 debut full-length, Goodbye & Good Riddance. The entire album was a stone chilly masterpiece; Juice sang among the catchiest melodies ever put to tape over slick, ethereal entice beats, weaving in poetry about self-doubt, isolation, and drug use. However barely a 12 months and a half after the discharge of Goodbye, tablets and lean—the identical issues Juice’s followers cherished to listen to him sing about so fantastically—turned his demise. He overdosed on oxycodone and codeine on a flight again dwelling to Chicago, simply days after his birthday. Juice allegedly left behind one thing like 2,000 unreleased songs, 21 of which have made their means onto his new posthumous launch, Legends By no means Die. These tracks observe the Juice WRLD formulation: they stroll the road between pop and entice, with haunting melodies and profoundly unhappy lyrics. His strategy on these new songs is a little more streamlined than prior to now: they’re much less up and down, with a smoother movement, and he’s extra economical, clear, and concise in his supply. Legends By no means Die exhibits what a expertise Juice had grown into, and the way a lot promise he nonetheless had when his life was minimize quick. And the matter-of-fact means he lays out his points with psychological sickness and substance abuse makes the entire report really feel much more unhappy and eerie. Rumors of additional posthumous Juice WRLD releases already abound on the Web, so possibly Legends By no means Die—which appears like a pleasant capstone to a brief however highly effective profession—gained’t be the final we hear of him.   v

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