A second posthumous Juice WRLD album is in the works

The follow-up to ‘Legends Never Die’ is coming.

A new posthumous Juice WRLD album is reportedly underway.

In a recent video interview with tabloid outlet The Hollywood Fix, Lil Bibby—a close friend and collaborator of the late rapper—revealed that he’s currently working on several projects, including the follow-up to Juice’s first posthumous record Legends Never Die.

But when prompted for more details, Bibby swiftly changed the topic, saying that he’s revealed “too much.” He eventually teased that the album will be “crazy.” Check out the interview below:


Legends Never Die was released in July, and featured contributions from Halsey, EDM producer Marshmello, Trippie Redd and The Kid LAROI. “Smile,” a bonus track featuring The Weeknd, was added to the tracklist the following month.

In a statement from Juice’s estate, Legends Never Die hopes to “shine a light on the collaborators that meant so much to Juice and deeply impacted his musical process.” It added, “Juice dedicated his music to his fans and, now more than ever, we hope this album will bring some reprieve to everyone during these unsettling times.”


Juice WRLD died last December of an accidental drug overdose. The Chicago rapper was 21 years old. Prior to his passing, Juice released his chart-topping sophomore album, Death Race for Love.

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