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New Posthumous Juice Wrld EP is Coming Soon

Juice WRLD‘s team has announced the forthcoming release of another posthumous project from the late rapper. This time, it will be an EP, titled The Party Never Ends.

The Party Never Ends is on the Way

The new EP will arrive just under one year after Juice Wrld’s posthumous album, Legends Never Die. Speaking with Twitch streamer Adin Ross on June 12, Peter Jideonwo, who worked as Juice’s manager, revealed that a new EP that features a guest appearance from Lil Uzi Vert is in the works. “We got an EP coming out called The Party Never Ends. Lil Uzi Vert’s gon’ be on there, a few other big people gon’ be on there.”

Jideonwo then went on to call out people who have leaked Juice’s unreleased songs, claiming that their behavior “[ruins] it for everyone else” and puts a roadblock in their plans. “Before you leak it, come to me, I’ll give you the $10,000 USD,” he said.

The Party Never Ends marks the second posthumous release from Juice, following his Legends Never Die album in 2020, which debuted at the top of the Billboard charts. Details on the EP, including the tracklist and a release date, have not yet been announced.

Juice Wrld’s Legacy

Juice has also appeared on a slew of recently released projects. Just last week, the late MC featured on Migos’ Culture III and Maroon 5‘s new album Jordi. Additionally, his team recently reissued his debut album Goodbye & Good Riddance featuring a remix of “Lucid Dreams” with Lil Uzi Vert and a new solo track, “734,” in celebration of the tracklist’s third anniversary.

Before his tragic death of an accidental drug overdose in December 2019, Juice Wrld was one of the rap game’s fastest-rising stars. He had a knack for melody and a willingness to be emotionally transparent. Rapidly, he became a superstar in the months following the release of “Lucid Dreams,” a song that peaked at No. 2 on the Billboard Hot 100 chart. Before too long, he earned legions of fans and become a mainstay on the chart.

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3 years ago

I Miss Juice WRLD 999 Forever