Juice WRLD Set for Big Splash on U.K. Singles Chart

Juice WRLD Set for Big Splash on U.K. Singles Chart, Shop Ticket Snatchers

A trio of tracks from Juice
WRLD’s
posthumous album release Legends Never Die (Polydor)
are pushing for top 20 berths on the U.K. singles chart.

Following the weekend’s sales and streaming activity, the
hip-hop artist’s “Come & Go” with Marshmello flies
in at No. 10 on the Official Chart: First Look.

Also, “Life’s A Mess” vaults 66-12 on the sales blast, and
“Conversations” is at No. 14, according to the Official Charts
Company.

The 21-year-old rapper (real name Jared Anthony Higgins) died
last December following an accidental overdose of painkillers.

Juice WRLD has a posthumous U.K. No. 1 to his name, for his
contribution on Eminem’s
“Godzilla.” His next highest appearance on the Official U.K.
Singles Chart is a No. 10 peak for his signature tune from 2018,
“Lucid Dreams.”

Legends Never Diedropped July 10 and is Juice’s third
full-length studio album, following 2018’s Goodbye & Good
Riddance (No. 25 peak in the U.K.) and 2019’s Death Race for Love
(No. 12).

Racing into pole position after 48 hours is “Savage Loveâ€
(RCA) by teenage New Zealand musician Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo,
which is eyeing a third week at No. 1.

The weekly U.K. singles chart is published late Friday local
time.

A trio of tracks from Juice
WRLD’s posthumous album release Legends Never Die (Polydor)
are pushing for top 20 berths on the U.K. singles chart.
Following the weekend’s sales and streaming activity, the
hip-hop artist’s “Come & Go” with Marshmello flies
in at No. 10 on the Official Chart: First Look.
Also, “Life’s A Mess” vaults 66-12 on the sales blast, and
“Conversations” is at No. 14, according to the Official Charts
Company.
The 21-year-old rapper (real name Jared Anthony Higgins) died
last December following an accidental overdose of painkillers.

Juice WRLD has a posthumous U.K. No. 1 to his name, for his
contribution on Eminem’s
“Godzilla.” His next highest appearance on the Official U.K.
Singles Chart is a No. 10 peak for his signature tune from 2018,
“Lucid Dreams.”
Legends Never Diedropped July 10 and is Juice’s third
full-length studio album, following 2018’s Goodbye & Good
Riddance (No. 25 peak in the U.K.) and 2019’s Death Race for Love
(No. 12).
Racing into pole position after 48 hours is “Savage Loveâ€
(RCA) by teenage New Zealand musician Jawsh 685 and Jason Derulo,
which is eyeing a third week at No. 1.
The weekly U.K. singles chart is published late Friday local
time.

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