Juice WRLD’s First Posthumous Album “Legends Never Die” Drop On Friday
Talented and famous American Rapper Juice WRLD who died last year is set for the released of his first ever posthumous album “Legends Never Die.” Juice WRLD died in December 2019 after a seizure.
In preparedness for the album launch on Friday, two singles has been released, first released was “Righteous” followed by second single “Tell Me You Love Me” which features Trippie Redd.
“Legends Never Die” will make the Chicago rapper’s third studio album, “Goodbye & Good Riddance” released in 2018, Death Race for Love released in 2019, among many mixtapes released under his credit.
In the last few days, a new single of the late rapper “Life’s a Mess,” which features Halsey, an American singer have also been released. A short video which serves as the album’s trailer has been posted on social media which came as a freestyle. Juice WRLD can been raping in the new video “Nobody ever felt the pain I felt.”
He went on to rap; “So I share it, put it out to the whole world, I ain’t embarrassed.”
In the video of “Life’s a Mess,” artist David Garibaldi can clearly be seen painting Juice WRLD and Halsey.
The third studio album of Juice WRLD “Legends Never Die” comes just one week after the release of Pop Smoke new posthumous album who suddenly died at 20 earlier in the year 2020.
“Legends Never Die” is scheduled to be released on Friday, July 10.
— . (@JuiceWorlddd) July 6, 2020