Hear Juice Wrld’s first posthumous song “Justes”


Juice Wrld’s first posthumous song has arrived.

On Thursday, April 23, Juice’s mother Carmela Wallace, her family and team announced in an Instagram post that after deciding on the best way to release the late rapper’s music, they would abandon a song called “Righteous”. Friday (April 24), we receive the new track from the deceased MC.

It’s the first music to be released after Juice’s death in December 2019. Months before, in October 2019, the Chicago native announced the release of “Bandit” with YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The song was to appear in the sequel to his second album, Death Race for Love.

A posthumous album by Juice Wrld has been teased by Lil Bibby, a close friend of the rapper, but nothing has been released so far. Earlier this month, Bibby uploaded a photo of himself with Juice to Instagram and wrote in the comments section of the article that new music from Juice Wrld “is coming soon.” Then in February Bibby tweeted to try to get Frank Ocean on his late friend’s album.

Juice, who appeared on the cover of XXL The magazine’s fall 2019 issue revealed at the time that it was releasing its third album on December 21, its 21st anniversary. However, the album was not released that day, and Juice Wrld died six days later.

Juice Wrld died on December 8, 2019 after being seized at Chicago Midway Airport. The death of the 21-year-old was judged to be an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine.

Check out Juice Wrld’s new song “Righteous” below.

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