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When Juice WRLD tragically died at age 21 late very last year, he still left driving so a lot — a vocation that promised to continue to keep climbing bigger, a loyal fanbase, and, as prolific artists are likely to have, a vault of unreleased product he’d been challenging at work on. That is why it really is no shock that his 3rd album (and to start with posthumous a person), Legends Never ever Die, is a smash, which include collaborations with Halsey, Trippie Redd, Marshmello, and far more.
How substantially of a smash? Billboard studies that Legends Under no circumstances Die experienced the most significant week for any album in 2020 yet, debuting at No. one on the Billboard 200 albums chart and transferring 497,000 models. That will make it the most significant streaming 7 days for the calendar year and fourth-major streaming frame for an album, ever.
Legends In no way Die is Juice WRLD’s next No. one album subsequent 2019’s Death Race for Love, which spawned the singles “Theft” and “Hear Me Contacting.” It also replaces a different posthumous album at the prime of the chart: Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, from late Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke, which topped the chart last week.
Halsey, whose collab “Life’s a Mess” was introduced as the project’s third single, remembered her buddy fondly on Instagram with a touching tribute on its release. “Juice was a person of the biggest folks I have at any time recognized, and a person of the most outstanding artists we will ever reside to witness,” she wrote. “A genuine genius who experienced lyric and melody spilling out of him with no any 2nd believed or hesitation. And a stunning soul who considered in spreading like and building a local community for people to feel considerably less on your own.”
Hear to Legends Never ever Die higher than.
- Juice WRLD