On Christmas Day (Dec. 25), Charlie Sloth uploaded a previously unreleased freestyle that Juice WRLD did on his “Fire in the Booth” Apple Music Beats 1 Radio show. The episode was recorded back in February 2019 in Los Angeles and now it’s available for fans to view.

The nearly 15-minute clip begins with a heartfelt message about the late rapper, who was heavily admired for his freestyling abilities.

“With the sad passing of Juice WRLD,” the message reads, “we wanted to share this with his fans.”

“We believe Juice WRLD’s ‘Fire in the Booth’ was one of the greatest freestyle ever,” the message continues.

During the clip, Juice freestyles four complete songs and—most impressively—takes word recommendations from Charlie and fits them into his rhymes. Among his bars, he salutes Meek Mill and Drake, talks about buying his mom a car and aspires to make Ellen Degeneres-level money.

With Juice’s passing on Dec. 8, the unearthed clip marks one of his first unofficial posthumous releases. Although, no official posthumous music has yet been released by his camp. Several in the hip hop community are still reeling from Juice’s death, many of which paid tribute to the Chicago-bred rapper during their Rolling Loud Los Angeles performances earlier this month.

Since his passing, Juice’s mother, ex-girlfriend, girlfriend and more have opened up about his struggles with depression and addiction. Juice suffered a seizure after getting off of a plane at the Chicago Midway Airport. He regained consciousness, but was later pronounced dead at a local hospital. It was later revealed that he’d swallowed several Percocet pills following his departure in an effort to hide them from federal authorities, who searched his plane upon arrival for firearms and drugs.

Watch Juice create four new off-the-dome freestyles in the Charlie Sloth’s “Fire in the Booth” clip below.