The founder of Lyrical Lemonade spoke about how he and Juice WRLD have helped each other propel their respective careers.
Celebrating the first annual Juice WRLD day and releasing a posthumous second album
December 8, 2021 marked the second anniversary of the tragic death of Juice WRLD. In this context, many people wanted to honor the late rapper and his legacy.
Earlier this week, MONTREALITY posted an eight-minute YouTube video titled ” In Memory of Juice WRLD ”. The latter featured several rappers such as Lil Durk, Big Sean, Trippie Redd, Ski Mask The Slump God… They gave their opinions on the impact of Juice WRLD on them and the way in which it marked hip-hop.
A few hours ago, Lil Bibby and Grade A Productions (production house of Juice since 2017) released their posthumous second album Fighting Demons . In fact, this is a sequel to Legends Never Die from 2020.
FYI, the album features many collaborations like Justin Bieber, Eminem, Polo G, Trippie Redd and Suga from BTS. It gives an introspective look at the trials that Juice WRLD has faced in their short, but illustrious career. In addition, he discusses his battles against addictions.
Tributes from Cole Bennett
Before the album was released, fans and family of the rapper celebrated the first annual Juice WRLD Day at the United Center in Chicago. During the celebration, Cole Bennett, a compatriot from Illinois and founder of Lyrical Lemonade, shared a few words about the artist.
After the release of the music videos for ‘All Girls Are The Same’ and ‘Lucid Dreams’ , Juice WRLD and Cole Bennett were a resounding success. Indeed, they have skyrocketed into the upper echelons of the modern hip-hop landscape. As a result, Cole Bennett received a lot of support for revealing the interpreter of Fast .
In a heartfelt address to himself, Cole Bennett said, “‘ The story has always been like that, you know. Cole and Lyrical Lemonade have been a great blessing to Juice’s career ”’. “’ Over time, I realized that he was truly a blessing to me, ” he continued.
The impact of Juice WRLD on his fans, Bennett and those around him is undeniable. At just 21 years old, Juice was a legend in the game. Above all, events like the one held yesterday at the United Center are sure to keep his legacy alive.