Juice WRLD's team drops 2nd posthumous track 'Tell Me U Love Me' featuring Trippie Redd, confirms new album
Late rapper Juice WRLD continues to inspire and delight fans with his music, this time in the form of 'Tell Me U Luv Me', featuring Trippie Redd, a new single released by his team. On May 29, fans of the rapper were treated to the new track, produced by Nick Mira, with whom Juice frequently collaborated along with Pearl Lion. The catchy tune has both rappers yearning for the love of a girl, in addition to verses from Juice about his drug-use and desire to have his lover replace his vice.
Trippie follows suit with the chorus, singing, "Tell me you love me, tell me everything gon' be okay/Tell me you love me, tell me you love me and you gon' stay," with the song repeating the themes of not wanting to lose the person you love. Juice performed the track in a concert before his untimely death following a seizure induced by acute oxycodone and codeine intoxication at the end of last year. The song then leaked online in January this year and has now finally seen an official release, marking the second posthumous release from the rapper since his passing.
'Righteous', the first track put out by Juice's estate following his death, served as an emotional anthem for his fans as they mourned the loss of another young talented artiste. As with many of his other tracks, 'Righteous', also detailed Juice's drug-use in addition to the rapper's anxiety. This track was also leaked back in 2019 after it was previewed via the rapper's social media several times before officially being released in April this year.
A day before the release of 'Righteous', Juice's girlfriend at the time of his passing, Ally Lotti, shared on Twitter that the track was one the rapper was proud of and would have loved to share with the world had he still been around, also highlighting how difficult it was to make the decision to share his work posthumously. In addition to these two tracks, Juice's estate is also set to release a new album featuring more unreleased music as confirmed by the rapper's close friend and mentor Lil Bibby. As more tracks release posthumously, in addition to new Juice WRLD merch hitting an online store at TellMeYouLuvMe.com, fans believe the album is coming very soon.