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I usually have an answer to the question But this time I'm gon' be quiet, quiet this time Ain't nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence This time, it was so unexpected Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing All legends fall in the making Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth. Where's the 27 Club? We ain't making it past 21 I been going through paranoia So I always gotta keep a gun Damn, that's the world we live in now Yeah, hold on, just hear me out They tell me I'ma be a legend I don't want that title now 'Cause all the legends seem to die out What the fuck is this 'bout? I'm tryna make it out I'm tryna change the world I'm tryna take her out I'm tryna take your girl More importantly, I'm tryna change the world Maybe flex with some diamonds and pearls, yeah. My mind is foggy, I'm so confused We keep on losing our legends to The cruel cold world, what is it coming to? The end of the world, is it coming soon? Compartilhar no Facebook Compartilhar no Twitter. I usually don't speak on shit like this But ain't nobody else saying shit I usually have an answer to the question But this time I'm gon' be quiet, quiet this time Ain't nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence This time, it was so unexpected Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing All legends fall in the making Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth Where's the 27 Club? I'm tryna make it out I'm tryna change the world I'm tryna take her out I'm tryna take your girl More importantly, I'm tryna change the world Maybe flex with some diamonds and pearls, yeah I usually have an answer to the question But this time I'm gon' be quiet, quiet this time Ain't nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence This time, it was so unexpected Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing All legends fall in the making Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth My mind is foggy, I'm so confused We keep on losing our legends to The cruel cold world, what is it coming to? Yeah, ooh, ooh, oh That hit's for you I usually have an answer to the question But this time I'm gon' be quiet, quiet this time Ain't nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence This time, it was so unexpected Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing All legends fall in the making Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth.
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He could wed the sounds of influences like Billy Idol and Chief Keef and create something entirely different. As a songwriter, he could pair an airy melody with lyrics about heartbreak or drugs, and given the chance, fire off marathon freestyle sessions on a whim. A wunderkind with many imitators on SoundCloud, he sounded far more polished, far beyond whatever his closest peer was attempting to accomplish. When he died in December , days removed from celebrating his 21st birthday, it opened up yet another wound for a generation of rap fans struggling to hold on to the new voices that spoke for them. Juice WRLD brought people from outside the margins into his crystalized world of vulnerability in a dash towards mental freedom. His most fervently repeated lines doubled as yearbook quotes or quickly deleted tweets. His closest supporters, such as producer and longtime collaborator Nick Mira, have kept his legacy close to them, maybe more so than any other group of fans who recently lost their champion. Juice asked those fans to trust him—and the people who supported him—as if they were family. The bulk of Legends Never Die sifts through his thoughts as he battled anxiety in the face of stardom. Pop heavyweights such Dr.

It was released as the second single from his EP Too Soon.. The song is dedicated to Lil Peep, who died from a drug overdose in November , and XXXTentacion, who was shot and killed in a robbery. After Juice Wrld died from a seizure in December at 21, he was alleged to have predicted his death with the following lyrics from "Legends": "What's the 27 Club? The song initially peaked at 65 in However, following Juice Wrld's death, the song reentered the chart and peaked at 29 on the US Hot Billboard charts on December 20, , the week following his death. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Retrieved Retrieved 10 February December 14, Retrieved December 14,

He could wed the sounds of influences like Billy Idol and Chief Keef and create something entirely different. As a songwriter, he could pair an airy melody with lyrics about heartbreak or drugs, and given the chance, fire off marathon freestyle sessions on a whim. A wunderkind with many imitators on SoundCloud, he sounded far more polished, far beyond whatever his closest peer was attempting to accomplish.

When he died in December , days removed from celebrating his 21st birthday, it opened up yet another wound for a generation of rap fans struggling to hold on to the new voices that spoke for them.

Juice WRLD brought people from outside the margins into his crystalized world of vulnerability in a dash towards mental freedom. His most fervently repeated lines doubled as yearbook quotes or quickly deleted tweets. His closest supporters, such as producer and longtime collaborator Nick Mira, have kept his legacy close to them, maybe more so than any other group of fans who recently lost their champion. Juice asked those fans to trust him—and the people who supported him—as if they were family. The bulk of Legends Never Die sifts through his thoughts as he battled anxiety in the face of stardom.

Pop heavyweights such Dr. As high as Juice was in creating watershed moments, his self-awareness about those highs eventually betraying him became evident. The gripping parts of Legends Never Die come when Juice is speaking from the heart. With a casual flex in his voice, he points out his guiding ethos: Regardless of how destructive his path was, he sought to save those who listened to him.

He found those same sentiments in peers like Lil Peep and XXXTentacion , both of whom captured raw material from the id to establish cult-like fanbases and died just months apart.

He wanted to help fans who were also enduring his pain—he never wanted to be alone in the process. Catch up every Saturday with 10 of our best-reviewed albums of the week. Sign up for the 10 to Hear newsletter here. Skip to content Search query All Results. Pitchfork is the most trusted voice in music. Share on Facebook Share on Twitter Open share drawer.



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