A new Juice WRLD album is coming — in three parts.
On Thursday, the later rapper’s representatives confirmed that his second posthumous album will release as a trilogy, before sharing a short trailer for the first installment, titled The Party Never Ends. Peter Jideonwo, who worked as the Juice WRLD’s manager, first revealed the forthcoming EP in late June while speaking with Twitch streamer Adin Ross, adding that Lil Uzi Vert and a “few other big people” would feature on the record.
The 15-second teaser takes viewers to an animated, sci-fi galaxy where the late artist glows inside of high-tech water tank, before blasting “Juice WRLD 999” across the screen.
The announcement arrives a few days before the one-year anniversary of the rapper’s first posthumous album, Legends Never Die, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 album charts and has since landed five singles in the top 10 on the Billboard Hot 100.
Last April, Juice’s mother Carmela Wallace founded the Live Free 999 Fund — a charity that supports young people in their battles with addiciton, anxiety and depression — which will receive support through Grade A Productions and Interscope Records as part of Juice’s album rollout.
The Party Never Ends will hit streaming services “soon,” according to the record label. The album is available to pre-save now on Apple Music and Spotify.
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