Juice WRLD digs deep into his psychological state on the newest posthumous launch from the late artist, titled “In My Head.”
For the reason that Chicago rapper’s dying in 2019, a gradual stream of beforehand unreleased music has been shared together with his followers. Following the third Marshmello collab “Bye Bye,” which arrived simply two weeks in the past, Juice WRLD’s label has now issued “In My Head.”
The sometimes grungy-atmosphered observe finds the star lamenting being “trapped in my head an excessive amount of” and detailing his makes an attempt to patch over his points by “getting money, hope the racks remedy my issues.” Finally, although, he finds that his makes an attempt backfire, sighing: “It don’t work, now the ache’s worse.”
Within the three years since Juice’s dying, two posthumous albums have been launched – 2020’s Legends By no means Die and 2021’s Preventing Demons. In March of this yr, a digital deluxe model of the latter was shared, bolstering the unique album – which featured collaborations with Justin Bieber, Trippie Redd, SUGA of BTS, and Polo G – a handful of additional materials. Amongst them had been the songs “Typically” and “Cigarettes.”
Previous to the deluxe model’s launch, Juice’s supervisor Lil Bibby and music video director Steve Cannon partnered solely with Vevo for the newest installment of Vevo Footnotes to disclose new perception behind making the posthumous video tribute “Already Lifeless.”
Within the visible, Lil Bibby and Steve Cannon discuss virtually dropping the session to the track, Juice WRLD’s struggles with interior demons and his desires of sooner or later creating his personal anime.
Preventing Demons gave the late star a No.2 document on the Billboard Sizzling 100, and his fourth Prime 5 album within the US. Beforehand, each 2019’s Demise Race For Love and Legends By no means Die had topped the album chart in his residence nation, whereas his debut album – 2018’s Goodbye & Good Riddance – peaked at No.4.
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