The second posthumous album called Fighting Demons by rapper Juice WRLD will be available this Friday, December 10 . A few hours before the official release, fans can already start by savoring the tracklist and the cover of this opus which have just been unveiled.
18 unreleased tracks on “Fighting Demons” by Juice WRLD
As announced, the new studio album posthumous of Juice WRLD , entitled Fighting Demons , released later that evening after the second anniversary of the death of rapper from Chicago, Wednesday, December 8. Ahead of the project’s official launch , the Chicago Rapper Team unveiled the track list and feature guests.
The highly anticipated album cover shows the Chicago native dressed in black, as he hovers above a pool of water, surrounded by demonic-looking creatures. Features include Justin Bieber on the already released song “Wandered to LA”, Polo G and Trippie Redd on “Feline” and BTS ‘Suga on “Girl of My Dreams”.
An album eagerly awaited by the tenors of rap!
Some of Juice WRLD’s closest friends including videographer Cole Bennett, former manager Lil Bibby, songwriter Seezyn, producer Nick Mira, rapper Lil Tecca and others have all left comments on the track list, preparing for launch tonight. In addition to the album’s release, an event called Juice WRLD Day is taking place today at the United Center in Chicago, with special performances from a number of Juice’s closest collaborators .
A sensational album colored by a documentary produced by HBO
Rapper Juice WRLD is headlining a new HBO-made documentary about his rise, as well as his tragic end. Dubbed Into The Abyss , the report will air on December 16, and the trailer was recently revealed. A short teaser in which we see in particular the late rapper expressing himself on his celebrity: “ When you are a fan [of rap], you look at it from a certain point of view. But when you’re in it, you really realize what it is. I am always happy to be able to change the world. But, it is far from being what I imagined ”.
In addition, many personalities will appear in this documentary. Among them, there is precisely Lil Bibby , boss of the Grade A Productions label , on which was signed Juice WRLD, or the famous director Cole Bennett . This report is the 6th installment in a series of documentaries called Music Box , produced by HBO. And the countdown is thus launched to welcome with great pomp the second posthumous album of the rapper who died at 23 years old. Fans can watch the event live on the Amazon Music app and the Amazon Music channel on Twitch at 9 p.m. ET.