The first posthumous album from the late Chicago hip-hop artist Juice WRLD has arrived. The 21-track LP features previously released singles "Righteous," "Tell Me U Luv Me" with Trippie Redd, "Life's a Mess" with Halsey, and "Come & Go," which was produced by Marshmello.
Tucked away in the expansive project is a scintillating track by the name of "Man of the Year," which was produced by Skrillex. The production is markedly more reminiscent of Skrillex's time with alt-rock band From First to Last than his own electronic sound, with crunchy guitar riffs that meld seamlessly with Juice WRLD's unique hip-punk style.
Legends Never Die represents Juice WRLD’s third solo studio album. He released two solo records prior to his tragic death, 2018’s Goodbye & Good Riddance and 2019's Death Race for Love.
You can check out the single and stream Legends Never Die in full below.
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