iLLANOiZE, the rest of the the Chicagoland area, and the world is still shocked and saddened by the sudden loss of the young and talented Juice WRLD.
Juice WRLD, born Jarad Higgins on December 2, 1998. His sudden burst to superstardom made him all of admirable. Juice WRLD was known across the map for his hit single ‘Lucid Dreams’ from his Goodbye and Good Riddance debut project. The track debuted at number 74 on Billboard, followed by a number one appearance later on in 2018. Goodbye and Good Riddance was also filled with other bangers such as 'All Girls Are The Same', 'Wasted' (Ft. Lil Uzi Vert), and 'Lean With Me'.
Along with videographer Cole Bennett, producer Nick Mira, DJ Mike P, Lil Bibby backing and signing him to Grade A productions, Juice WRLD future was brighter than most. He gained even more notoriety as an artist after freestyling for over an hour on Tim Westwood TV.
Along with Goodbye Good Riddance, Juice hooked up with Future for the joint project WRLD on Drugs. That was followed by his last album Death Race for Love, which was his first number one album. Death Race for Love spent multiple weeks on the Billboard at number one. The album hosted the hits 'Hear Me Calling', 'Robbery', and 'ON GOD' (Ft. Young Thug) by Juice WRLD.
His sudden passing in the early hours of December 8 is still processing as the someone lost their son, grandson, brother, family member, and the world lost a true talent. Special condolences goes out to his mother, other member of the family, friends, and anyone who knew him personally. RollingLoud gave Juice WRLD a tribute during a full live set, which included G Herbo performing their track 'Honestly', followed by some touching words of encouragement from Juice's girlfriend Ally Lotti.
Bekoe, Jill Hopkins, and Curtis Shaw Flagg, all of Vocalo Radio, recently paid tribute to Juice WRLD on air following his passing. Click here to tune in to their segment on Spotify.
iLLANOiZE got the chance to cover Juice WRLD's last concert in the city of Chicago during the Beat of My City Tour. The performance was shot live by Raw Ruler.
Legends live on forever. Rest in peace Jarad "Juice Wrld" Higgins.