Halsey Honors Late Rapper Juice WRLD With Symbolic Tattoo

Lawrence Kim
July 8, 2020

Is institulera Legends Never Die, and will be available starting Friday 10 June.

This is a post from Instagram on the account of Juice WRLD who made the announcement of the release of Legends Never Die : "This Friday we will honor the life and work of Juice WRLD the album Legends Never Die". Commemorating the song and celebrating the life of Juice WRLD, Halsey called him "one of the most brilliant artists we will ever live to witness".

The singer tattooed the words "Life's a Mess 999" across her knuckles. The cover art that they released with that announcement is absolutely incredible to say the bare minimum, but not only did they do all of that for us fans, but they also put out the first single titled "Life's A Mess" featuring Halsey. This uplifting song has vocals from juice wrld accompanied by melodious harmonies of halsy guiding the song outro. Juice, also known as Jarad Anthony Higgins, passed away as a result of a drug overdose just six days following his 21st birthday, soon after his private plane touched down in Chicago's Midway Airport. The song follows the release of "Righteous" and "Tell Me U Luv Me" which were dropped on April 24th and May 29th, 2020 respectively.

Yellowcard are seeking $15 million in damages, including past and future royalties for the song and damages from Juice Wrld's tours as well. This album's posthumous tracks that Pop of Smoke, Shoot for the Stars, in search of the Moonpublished on 3 July.

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