7 Months After His Death, Juice WRLD’s First Posthumous Album Set To Drop
Juice WRLD’s first ever posthumous album is set to drop on Friday, July 10. The rapper died in December 2019 after bleeding from the nose.
A string of recent posthumous singles have kept fans listening after Juice WRLD died this past December.
The 21-year-old rapper’s career will soon be commemorated with a new album, Legends Never Die, out July 10 and featuring those singles, “Righteous” and “Tell Me You Love Me” (featuring Trippie Redd).
It’s the Chicago rapper’s third studio album, following 2018’s Goodbye & Good Riddance and 2019’s Death Race for Love, along with various mixtapes.
Legends Never Die. 7/10. #LLJW 🕊 pic.twitter.com/maWTMftqho
— . (@JuiceWorlddd) July 6, 2020
Another new song, “Life’s a Mess,” featuring Halsey, accompanies the announcement today, along with a short freestyle posted as the album’s trailer on social media.
“Nobody ever felt the pain I felt,” Juice WRLD raps in the video. “So I share it, put it out to the whole world, I ain’t embarrassed.” In the “Life’s a Mess” video, artist David Garibaldi paints Juice WRLD and Halsey.
The album comes one week after the posthumous debut album by Pop Smoke, the Brooklyn drill rapper who died at 20 earlier this year.