Juice WRLD’s music will live long after his death and his relatives will continue to surprise us with new releases from him. The latest news about Juice WRLD is the release of a new album in 2020, titled “The Outsider”.
It is not the first time the family of the late rapper took care of the music he left after his tragic death. In April 2020 his relatives managed to give life to one of his tracks, called “Righteous”. The single was recorded in Juice WRLD’s own studio in LA.
It had a huge success and publicity, though it is showing a very dark side of the rapper’s life. It is real and says clear that every one of us is facing our fears. At this time the Chicago born rapper was dealing with anxiety, addictions, and death thoughts.
“The Outsider” album announcement
Ally Lotti, which was his girlfriend, took this brave step in memory of her fiancé. Lately, she also shared many details with fans via Instagram.
She remembered one of their conversations while boyfriend was still alive, as Ally wanted to follow his will. While she was wondering what Juice would do if he was alive, she recalled some conversations they had and she “saw” exactly what needs to be done. Then Ally started working on the release of the first posthumous album by Juice WRLD – The Outsider.
Juice WRLD's fiancé (Ally) confirms album title "Outsiders" pic.twitter.com/yenXBnbaHh
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And if you think the news for new Juice WRLD album coming out is great, wait to know another thing. People, close to the rapper, said that he was very keen on working and making music and used every single minute to do that.
As a result after his death he left more than two thousand – I mean thousand – of unreleased tracks, which are going to see the light soon. His family and friends have no intention to keep this huge work for themselves. So tracks from “The Outsider” is just a small part of what Juice recorded.
In December 2019 Juice WRLD lost his life at the age of twenty-one. He got several seizures as he was arrested at the Midway International Airport of Chicago for possession of drugs and weapons. He died few hours after landing in Oak Lawn reportedly from very high levels of oxycodone and codeine. For his short life path, he left many controversies and of course much music and confessions to the public.