Much of hip hop is still reeling from the loss of Chicago artist Juice WRLD, who passed on last December. Today, his posthumous release, titled Legends Never Die, has officially made landfall. In addition to the new release, fans can check out another visual from the project for “Come & Go,” a collaboration with EDM star Marshmello. The genre-bending cut sees the late rapper speaking on his insecurities to his significant other:
“I try to be everything that I can, but sometimes, I come out as bein’ nothin’, I try to be everything that I can, but sometimes, I come out as bein’ nothin’/
I pray to God that he make me a better man, maybe one day, I’ma stand for somethin’, I’m thankin’ God that he made you part of the plan/
I guess I ain’t go through all that Hell for nothin’, I’m always f***in’ up and wreckin’ s*** It seems like I perfected it, I offer you my love I hope you take it like some medicine/
You tell me ain’t nobody better than me, I think that there’s better than me, hope you see the better in me, always end up betterin’ me…/”
The single follows the previously released singles “Righteous,” “Tell Me U Luv Me” with Trippie Redd, and “Life’s A Mess” with Halsey. Prior to the drops, Juice WRLD’s estate and his mother, Carmela Wallace, spoke on their decision to provide his fans with new music. As previously reported by REVOLT:
“Juice was a prolific artist who dedicated his life to making music. Choosing how to share his upcoming music with the world has been no easy feat. Honoring the love Juice felt for his fans while shining a light on his talents and his spirit are the most important parts of this process to us.”
Press play on the “Come & Go” clip below, which mixes animation with past footage.