Juice WRLD’s ‘Legends Never Die’ Posthumous Album: Stream It Now

Juice WRLD’s ‘Legends Never Die’ Posthumous Album: Stream It
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Just days after Grade A/Interscope Records announced Juice WRLD’s
posthumous album,Legends Never Die, the record arrived on Friday
(July 10).

The album features previously released single “Life Is a
Mess†featuring Halsey, and comes in
conjunction with a FaZe
Clan collaboration. 
Based on Juice’s love for video games and
paintballing, the team-up with the gaming organization includes
graphic tees, hoodies and more.

“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 of
his relationship with the late star.â€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.â€

Juice WRLD, born Jarad Anthony Higgins died at in December 2019
at age 21 of oxycodone and codeine toxicity. While traveling home
to Chicago on a flight from LA during the early hours of Dec. 8,
the “Lucid Dreams†artist suffered a seizure at the Midway
International Airport. He was quickly transported to a local
hospital, where he was pronounced dead hours later.

Listen to Legends Never Die below.

Just days after Grade A/Interscope Records announced Juice WRLD’s
posthumous album,Legends Never Die, the record arrived on Friday
(July 10).
The album features previously released single “Life Is a
Mess†featuring Halsey, and comes in
conjunction with a FaZe
Clan collaboration. Based on Juice’s love for video games and
paintballing, the team-up with the gaming organization includes
graphic tees, hoodies and more.

“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 of
his relationship with the late star.â€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.â€
Juice WRLD, born Jarad Anthony Higgins died at in December 2019
at age 21 of oxycodone and codeine toxicity. While traveling home
to Chicago on a flight from LA during the early hours of Dec. 8,
the “Lucid Dreams†artist suffered a seizure at the Midway
International Airport. He was quickly transported to a local
hospital, where he was pronounced dead hours later.
Listen to Legends Never Die below.

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