Two years have passed since Juice WRLD tragically passed away and the world is still mourning. We have been blessed with the opportunity to listen to some of Juice’s unreleased music since his untimely passing. Before his passing, Chicago singer-songwriter Clifford was said to have recorded over 2,000 songs. Therefore, it is safe to assume that we will hear plenty of new music from Juice WRLD in the near future. The estate of Juice WRLD released Fighting Demons, Juice WRLD’s second posthumous album, today (Dec. 10th).
Her son enjoyed nothing more than sharing new music with millions of people around the globe, as his mother put it. “He leaves behind an astonishing catalog of music, which will ensure that his fans will continue to hear new tracks for years to come. With his musical genius, Jarad expressed what was on his mind and heart poignantly through his music. He was always searingly honest about his struggles. No matter how many times he had to ask for help, his friends and family were there to support him.”
In addition to some stellar features, Fighting Demons contains some more. The list includes Eminem, Justin Bieber, Trippie Redd, Polo G more! There was no way this album wasn’t going to deliver something special to the listener.
An event celebrating Juice WRLD’s 30th anniversary was held at the city’s United Center last night. Fight Demons was launched with a global listening party at the gathering. The concert was a great success, with many Juice WRLD’s fans attending to pay their respects and enjoy listening to the artist together. As part of the Juice-themed programming on HBO, the documentary Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss, directed by Tommy Oliver, has been released. Netflix will release Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss on December 16 8:00 pm. On all major platforms, you can stream Juice WRLD’s Fighting Demons album and watch the trailer for Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss. On YouTube, click here to watch Juice WRLD’s trailer for Into the Abyss, and on all major platforms, click here to stream Juice WRLD’s Fighting Demons album.