Juice WRLD’s long-awaited posthumous album “Legends By no means Die,” launched Friday, options collaborations with Philly DJ Marshmello, Halsey and Trippie Redd.
The Chicago rapper’s third studio album begins with a heartfelt speech from the late artist, who died of an unintentional overdose on codeine and oxycodone in December. He discusses anxiousness and substance abuse earlier than ending with a hopeful message to his followers. “I wanna let you know that you are able to do something you set your thoughts to, interval,” he says.
The 21-track album consists of the singles, “Life’s a Mess,” that includes Halsey, and “Inform Me U Luv Me,” that includes Tripe Redd. Marshmello additionally shines with collaborations on “Come & Go” and “Hate the Different Aspect.”
It additionally options, “Righteous,” Juice WRLD’s first posthumous single because the lead artist. The music peaked at No. 11 on the Billboard Scorching 100 chart in Might.
The rapper, born Jarad Anthony Higgins, had been engaged on quite a few initiatives previous to his dying. His household introduced plans in January to compile a set of the beforehand unreleased tracks into an album.
A number of artists have launched singles that includes Juice WRLD since his dying. He’s featured on Eminem’s “Godzilla,” which hit No. 2 on the Billboard Scorching 100, and YNW Melly’s “Suicidal,” which ascended to No. 20.
Juice WRLD additionally performs on G. Herbo’s “PTSD” alongside Probability the Rapper and Philly artist Lil Uzi Vert.
The rapper rose to fame in 2018 along with his debut album,”Goodbye and Good Riddance,” which peaked at No. 6 on the Billboard 200 chart. His second album, “Loss of life Race for Love,” hit the No. 1 spot after its launch in 2019.
Take heed to “Legends By no means Die” under.