Juice WRLD ‘The Party Never Ends’: Release date, how to stream late rapper’s posthumous album
The latest full-length posthumous project, to be released in three parts, follows up on Juice WRLD’s first posthumous album titled ‘Legends Never Die,’ released in July 2020
Days after Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album called ‘Faith’ was announced, fans will now also get a second posthumous project from the late Juice WRLD’s team. A teaser for the same was recently shared on social media platforms which sent the hip-hop lovers into a tizzy. The new project has been titled ‘The Party Never Ends’ and it will be released in three parts.
The latest full-length posthumous project is a follow-up to rapper’s first posthumous album titled ‘Legends Never Die’ which was released in July 2020. The album included hit songs like ‘Righteous’, ‘Tell Me U Luv M’, ‘Life's a Mess’, ‘Come & Go’, ‘Wishing Well’, and ‘Smile’. The album saw guest appearances from some of the top artistes like The Weeknd, Trippie Redd, Marshmello, Polo G, The Kid Laroi, and Halsey. The album peaked at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. Speaking of new music, we recently saw new album drops from Tyler, The Creator, Doja Cat, and H.E.R.
Since ‘The Party Never Ends’ was announced recently, it is yet to get a release date. MEAWW will keep you posted. The album will hit the Internet via Interscope Records and Grade A Productions.
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The late rapper’s team confirmed that the release of his second posthumous album will arrive in three parts – the first one is called ‘The Party Never Ends’. The announcement came via an animated trailer which excited a lot of social media users. Lil Bibby, who is the head of Grade A Productions, had also teased the project earlier with a cryptic tweet. On May 28, he had tweeted the name of the album, “The Party Never Ends” adding an emoticon of a beverage and planet earth.
According to Hot New Hip-Hop, Juice WRLD’s team said, “We got an EP coming out called The Party Never Ends, Lil Uzi Vert is gonna be on there, a few other people is gonna be on there. Stop leaking f** music bro. Weird a** n****s...ruining it for everyone else." The multiplatinum-selling rapper had died in December 2019 following a drug-related seizure at Chicago's Midway International Airport. The medical examiner determined the cause of death as an accidental overdose of opioids.
The Party Never Ends 🧃🌎— Lil Bibby (@LilBibby_) May 28, 2021
Fans might have to wait for a while as the official tracklist for Juice WRLD’s ‘The Party Never Ends’ is yet to be revealed. MEAWW will keep you updated with the same.