Juice WRLD's memory continues as the world receives new music.
SoFaygo, SSGKobe, Lil Durk, Bloody Osiris, Brent Faiyaz, Big Sean, Lil Keed, Migos, DJ Scheme, Trippie Redd, Ski Mask The Slump God dedicated a message to his memory.
HBO Max shared the official trailer for “Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss” which follows the story of Juice’s rise in the music industry to his tragic fall.
Set to premiere on December 16th, one week after the release of his second album, “Fighting Demons,” the Tommy Oliver-directed documentary will showcase his struggles with mental health.
Juice died of a seizure brought on by an accidental overdose six days after he celebrated his 21st birthday.
The Juice WRLD Day 2021 event will feature an exclusive pre-release listening experience for his upcoming posthumous album, “Fighting Demons,” an exclusive preview of the HBO documentary, “Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss,” and special guest performances and appearances.
Juice WRLD's Legends Never Die moved over one million units, which made it platinum. Juice is the third artist in history to have five simultaneous tracks in the Billboard Hot 100.
Juice has twenty-two RIAA certifications currently to his name. Death Race For Love has yet to go platinum, but it's an inevitability.
Legends Never Die features "Life Is a Mess" featuring Halsey, and comes with a FaZe Clan collaboration.
"Juice had a huge impact on my life personally, and the fact that we get the chance to work with this team on this drop for his posthumous album is really, really special," FaZe Adapt said."We hung out and went paintballing once last summer. After that we talked a couple times over the phone, thru text, and we made plans about hanging out again: playing Call of Duty, going paintballing again. I was really looking forward to it."
Juice WRLD died at in December of oxycodone and codeine toxicity.
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