Juice WRLD Posthumous Album ‘Legends Never Die’ with Marshmello, Skrillex & More Out Now

Juice WRLD tragically
died 8 months ago
, and now his posthumous albumLegends Never
Die is finally out.

Only a couple singles were released ahead of the album,
including collaborations with Halsey and
Marshmello. But now that we have full access to
the complete project, we’ve already learned that “Man Of The
Year†contains writing and production credits from
Skrillex. It’s a punk rock/hip hop hybrid that
features Juice’s iconic vocals and an early ’00s alt rock
guitar vibe.

The rest of the album is composed from tracks he’d finished
and those he was working on before his death. And like any
posthumous album, the lyrics looking back seem more dark and
foreboding than they were meant to be. For example on “Lucid
Dreams,†he says “You left me falling and landing inside my
grave/ I know that you want me dead/ I take prescriptions to make
me feel OK/ I know it’s all in my head.â€

At 21 tracks, the album is a lot to take in but it’s still not
the end.

“I don’t think the albums are gonnna stop. It’s plenty of
music. So, yeah,†said Lil Bibby, head of Juice Wrld’s label
Grade A Productions on Juice
Wrld’s XXL‘s Digital Cover interview
. There will also be a
documentary coming.

Check out Legends Never Die below.

 

Photo by Mac Downey (@mac.downey)

This article was first published on Your EDM. Source:
Juice WRLD Posthumous Album ‘Legends Never Die’ with
Marshmello, Skrillex & More Out Now

Juice WRLD tragically
died 8 months ago, and now his posthumous albumLegends Never
Die is finally out.
Only a couple singles were released ahead of the album,
including collaborations with Halsey and
Marshmello. But now that we have full access to
the complete project, we’ve already learned that “Man Of The
Year†contains writing and production credits from
Skrillex. It’s a punk rock/hip hop hybrid that
features Juice’s iconic vocals and an early ’00s alt rock
guitar vibe.
The rest of the album is composed from tracks he’d finished
and those he was working on before his death. And like any
posthumous album, the lyrics looking back seem more dark and
foreboding than they were meant to be. For example on “Lucid
Dreams,†he says “You left me falling and landing inside my
grave/ I know that you want me dead/ I take prescriptions to make
me feel OK/ I know it’s all in my head.â€
At 21 tracks, the album is a lot to take in but it’s still not
the end.
“I don’t think the albums are gonnna stop. It’s plenty of
music. So, yeah,†said Lil Bibby, head of Juice Wrld’s label
Grade A Productions on Juice
Wrld’s XXL‘s Digital Cover interview. There will also be a
documentary coming.
Check out Legends Never Die below.

 
Photo by Mac Downey (@mac.downey)
This article was first published on Your EDM. Source:
Juice WRLD Posthumous Album ‘Legends Never Die’ with
Marshmello, Skrillex & More Out Now

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