New Juice WRLD Single, Studio Album, and Film Coming to Fans Soon


It has been almost two years since Juice WRLD passed away. However, fans still cannot get enough of this late rapper’s fantastic music.

You will feel thrilled despite Juice WRLD not being around anymore with several events happening soon. First of all, the deceased hip-hop artist’s team is getting another posthumous studio album ready. Its title is “The Party Never Ends.” 

Furthermore, rapper and record executive Lil Bibby announced this week that the highly anticipated song, “Already Dead,” will get dropped on Friday, November 12. If you can remember, Juice WRLD’s hit tune “All Girls Are the Same” aided him in securing a recording contract with Lil Bibby’s Grade A Productions and Interscope Records.

The snippet of the soon-to-be-released Juice WRLD single had been previously released. You can tell that fans went wild, and they had demanded a full version of the late singer-songwriter’s tune ever since.

Besides the forthcoming studio album and single, you can look forward to seeing a documentary on the life and final days of Juice WRLD. This content directed by Tommy Oliver is anticipated to debut at the American Film Institute’s AFI Fest this November.

The documentary about the late Juice WRLD will reportedly consist of unreleased footage of the rapper, and cameos from Trippie Redd, The Kid LaRoi, Cole Bennett, G Herbo, and Lil Bibby.

With these exciting events happening involving Juice WRLD, you can tell that the late rapper left an indelible imprint in his fans’ hearts. You will also observe that this late musician’s voice still echoed across this year.

Juice WRLD, whose real name was Jarad Anthony Higgins, is one of the highest-streamed artists of the year. You can hear his voice across many studio albums, including Drake’s “Certified Lover Boy,” Migos’s “Culture III,” and Young Thug’s “Punk.”

Apparently, despite Juice WRLD’s untimely demise at the young age of 21 due to drug overdose at Chicago’s Midway International Airport in December 2019, his excellence in his hip-hop music craft will never be forgotten.

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