Juice WRLD‘s posthumous album Legends Never Die is a heartbreaking release that reminds listeners of all of the promise the young Chicago rapper and singer-songwriter had before tragically passing away last year. It’s been less than seven month since he died at just 21-years-old following a seizure from an accidental drug overdose at Chicago’s Midway airport. While a documentary is reportedly in the works and his family estate continues to sort through 2000 unreleased songs for potential follow-ups, his latest visual is a dedication through mixed-media.
On “Hate The Other Side” featuring Marshmello, Polo G and The Kid Laroi, the Ricky Yee-directed visualizer documents artist David Garibaldi painting Juice’s portrait. It’s a similar layout to the video to his and Halsey‘s “Life’s A Mess” collaboration. Last week, Marshello also teamed up with the late Juice WRLD for another collaboration titled “Come & Go”. This video follows Juice’s recent “Wishing Well” animated offering where the reflective and pensive offering delves into his addictions and overcoming adversity.
Watch the full visualizer above. In more music news, Kanye West has continued his presidential campaign by filing proper paperwork with the FEC and the state of Oklahoma despite earlier reports that he was dropping out after missing crucial deadlines.