Juice’s property premiered the Nick Mira and Charlie Good-looking-produced monitor “Righteous” at midnight final night time (April 24), and with it arrived a brand new visible hinting at a Cole and Juice collab. Within the Steve Cannon-directed music video, footage of Juice on tour and within the studio over the past two years is edited collectively to focus on the late rapper’s tireless work ethic.
To the shock of 999 and Dreamville followers, Cole seems with Juice within the studio in the course of the visible. Is there a brand new Juice Wrld and J. Cole tune on the best way? Is it for the “Theft” rapper’s upcoming posthumous album? For J. Cole’s solo mission? Questions rap followers are asking because the video dropped.
This could mark the primary collaboration between the 2 lauded artists. If the joint monitor does exist, it might land on Juice’s third studio album, which was within the works earlier than his tragic passing on Dec. 8, 2019. Within the fall 2019 cowl of XXL journal, Juice mentioned the imaginative and prescient for the brand new album, which he revealed would characteristic a collaboration with Younger Thug and songs produced by the likes of Nick Mira and Metro Boomin. “It’s actually simply one thing that I’m feeling my approach via,” Juice expressed of the album’s path. “It’s all the time good to place thought into shit, however one thing’s gonna come extra from like, a sense and coronary heart and the soul, much less just like the thoughts.”
Earlier this month, Lil Bibby, cofounder of Grade A Productions, the label Juice was signed to together with Interscope Information earlier than his dying, shared that Juice’s new LP was “coming quickly.”
Watch Juice Wrld and J. Cole hit the studio on the 1:16-mark within the “Righteous” video beneath.
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