Listen to the new Juice WRLD Legends Never Die album

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Legends never die, Chicago rapper’s first posthumous album Juice WRLD, has arrived. The new album features “Life’s a Mess” (with Halsey), as well as “Righteous”, “Come & Go” (with Marshmello) and “Tell Me U Luv Me” (with Trippie Redd). Listen Legends never die below (via Grade A / Interscope).In addition to “Come & Go”, Marshmello appears on “Hate the Other Side” by Juice WRLD with Polo G and Kid Laroi. Take a Daytrip co-produced “Bad Energy” with Blake Slatkin and Skrillex co-produced “Man of the Year”. Dr. Luke, who is in the middle of a long legal battle with Kesha, is credited as lyricist and composer on “Wishing Well”. The album is made up of music videos from Juice WRLD, with the last song called “Juice WRLD Speaks From Heaven – Outro”.

Juice WRLD died at the age of 21 in December 2019. His death was judged to be an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine toxicity. After the death of Juice WRLD, Drake, Chance the Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert, Meek Mill, The Weeknd, Lil Yachty, Lil Peep’s estate, Juicy J, and countless other artists paid tribute to the late rapper, writing words of memory on social networks.

In addition to the posthumous solo singles of Juice WRLD, a number of artists have released music with the rapper’s pre-recorded vocal tracks. In February, G Herbo released their song “PTSD”, with Chance the Rapper, Lil Uzi Vert and Juice WRLD. The following month, Eminem shared a visual for his Music to murder “Godzilla”, which presents a tribute to Juice WRLD, who is invited on the song. Anuel AA released “No Me Ame”, his joint song with Juice WRLD and Rvssian, in April. Most recently, the 16-year-old rapper, Kid LAROI, shared a song called “GO,” starring Juice WRLD. The accompanying video featured images of the late rapper.

Legends never die marks the third solo studio album by Juice WRLD. He released two solo LPs during his lifetime: 2018’s Goodbye and good riddance and last year Death Race for Love. He also collaborated with Future on WRLD on drugs, which arrived in late 2018.

Read “Remembering Juice WRLD, a young rapper who’s just getting started” on the Pitch.

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