See Juice WRLD’s last-ever music video “Bad Boy” featuring Young Thug
Fans are getting their final look at Juice WRLD's last-ever music video this week.
In December 2019, Juice WRLD, aka Jarad Anthony Higgins, passed away at the age of 21 after suffering a seizure in a Chicago airport. Soon after, an autopsy revealed that the seizure was caused by an accidental overdose.
Although it's been just over a year since his death, Juice WRLD fans have managed to hear plenty of new music from the late rapper. His posthumous album Legends Never Die was released back in July and debuted at No.1 on the Billboard 200. The LP includes various collaborations with artists such as Halsey on “Life’s A Mess," Trippie Redd on "Tell Me U Luv Me" and Marshmello on "Come & Go."
Now, fans are getting even more new music from Juice WRLD. On Friday, "Bad Boy," his new collab with Young Thug was released. The new song marks the duo's fourth collaboration together over the years. Previously, Juice WRLD appeared on Young Thug's So Much Fun while Young Thug is also featured on Juice WRLD's 2019 album Death Race For Love.
The "Bad Boy" video was the last video Juice WRLD filmed before his death in December 2019. However, the Cole Bennett-directed visual isn't the only new release to arrive from Juice WRLD and Young Thug.
In addition to the new track and video, the duo has dropped a special Juice WRLD 999 x Young Thug Spider collection. The limited-edition range, which includes various shirts, pants and other apparel, is available to shop here.
Although "Bad Boy" may be the last music video from Juice WRLD, fans could still hear more new music in the future. Last summer, Travis Barker revealed that blink-182 have an unreleased collab with the late rapper. The song was originally set to appear on blink-182's last full-length NINE.
“There’s a Blink/Juice collaboration that hasn’t come out yet...I think it’ll come out on a Blink project,” Barker said. ”We just got in and did that song together. It didn’t make the last album, but I think it’s going to live on in a couple of other places. It’s amazing. I’m just thankful that there’s more Juice music coming out.”
For now, the collab still doesn't have a release date. However, it's possible that the track could appear on blink-182's next body of work which is set to arrive sometime this year.
Additionally, last year, Lil Bibby spilled that another posthumous Juice WRLD album is in the works.
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The "Bad Boy" video arrives just days after rapper Lil Pump received a lot of criticism from Juice WRLD fans. Earlier this week, he shared another clip of an unreleased song from his upcoming rock project that has lyrics referencing Juice WRLD. Naturally, a lot of fans weren't too happy about the lyrics used in the song.
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