Today we get a new posthumous release from Juice WRLD which will be released on May 22nd Celebrating the birthday of the rapper who left too early

“Real Shit” is a new collaboration between Juice and producer Benny Blanco, who worked with the Chicago artist on the singles “Graduation” and “Roses” in 2019

It’s a bittersweet hearing, with bars that definitely hit different, like “Life is good, so I live great” Listen below

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Benny Blanco paid tribute to Juice WRLD shortly after the 21-year-old died early from an accidental overdose on May 8 December

“You were one of the cutest / purest people I have ever met, your talent was unbeatable,” the producer wrote in an Instagram post

“You weren’t a person You were something else something special I’m grateful for the time we spent together”

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‘Real Shit’ follows on from a posthumous collaboration with The Weeknd and the Juice WRLD album Legends Never Die, which broke streaming records and became the largest posthumous release in 20 years

Juice also featured prominently on The Kid LAROI’s J Award nominated mixtape F * CK LOVE, which reached # 3 in the US and here in Australia

There are rumors of a second posthumous album in the works, triggered by Lil Bibby – co-owner of Grade A Productions, the Juice label and LAROI

“Kid LAROI Juice WRLD next album,” Bibby said in a video interview with The Hollywood Fix in October”I talk too much”

Carmela Wallace shared an open letter discussing her hopes for the Live Free 999 Fund and her close relationship with the late rapper

Juice’s Australian tour – his final shows – proved that he was at the beginning of a productive, promising career

His new mixtape F * CK LOVE is good enough to be a debut album This marks the point where the Sydney-bred emo rapper graduated from rookie to professional

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World news – AU – First Spin: Benny Blanco shares the posthumous Juice WRLD collaboration ‘Real Shit’