Juice Wrld estate has finally released the rappers highly anticipated first posthumous studio album titled ‘Legends Never Die’ today (July 10) via Grade A Productions and Interscope Records. The projects serves as the late rappers third.
The album features a total of 20 songs including a few interludes and has guest appearances from Trippie Redd, Polo G, Halsey, Marshmello and more.
The album was first revealed by Juice wrld’s girlfriend Ally Lotti to be titled ‘The Outsiders’ which is what the rapper reportedly wanted to name his fourth studio album before his passing but the label and family decided to put the album on hold for now in other to honor his legacy.
These follows his 2019 ‘Death Race for Love’ album and ‘recently released Marshmello collaboration ‘Come & Go,’ ‘Life’s a mess‘ featuring Halsey, ‘Tell Me U Luv Me’, featuring Trippie Redd and ‘Righteous’.
Juice Wrld passed away Sunday, 8th December 2019 after suffering a seizure in Chicago’s Midway airport. His flight from Cali had landed early Sunday morning, and after deplaning … witnesses who were at the scene say he suffered the seizure whereas strolling via the airport.