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  • The Mook Man

Legends Never Die

It’s May, 2018, and you’re shuffling through release radar on spotify. You stumble across a track titled “Lucid Dreams”, and decide to bump it. Fast forward, it is now December 8th, 2019. You wake up, and check your instagram feed to see Juice WRLD has died. It can’t be true, it’s fake, in a couple hours this will all blow over. The world lost one of its greatest musical talents. The man who brought emo rap to life. One of the greatest freestylers of our generation, gone in a blink of an eye. It is now July 9th, 2020, and we will be receiving Juice WRLD’s final work of art: “Legends Never Die”. It has been rumored to have anywhere from 15 to 25 songs, but that is besides the point. Juice never had a flop, every one of his songs slapped. No matter what the vibe was, Juice had a song for it. Juice’s debut album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, had fourteen fantastic songs on a seventeen track album of which three were skits. Then we got to witness a fantastic collab album when WRLD on Drugs dropped. Last but not least, Death Race for Love, had twenty bangers on a twenty-two track on album. Legends Never Die must be a masterpiece or it wouldn’t do him justice. With that being said, I have complete faith in Lil Bibby bringing Juice’s visualization to life. This is going to be the album of the year no doubt. R.I.P Juice, fly high. 999

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