Juice Wrld’s next posthumous album will be the first of three.
On Thursday (July 8), Interscope Records and Grade A announced that Juice Wrld’s The Party Never Ends project will be part of a trilogy. Lil Bibby previously teased as much with a tweet he posted a few weeks ago. Now, the information has been confirmed.
As part of the announcement, the labels also released a teaser trailer for the project. Filled with shades of purple, pink and some space imagery, the teaser trailer sees Juice Wrld in what looks like a variation of the healing chambers found in “Dragon Ball Z.” While in the chamber, an animated version of Juice can be seen with his eyes lighting up as a snippet of new music plays.
The release date for the new LP still hasn’t been announced, but it wouldn’t be a surprise if it came very soon. The album can be pre-saved now.
Not too much is known about the album, but Juice’s manager, Pete Jideonwo, has given a little bit of information on the project. In an interview from last month, he said the project would include a feature from Lil Uzi Vert, as well as other big names.
The one-year anniversary of Juice Wrld’s last posthumous project, Legends Never Die, is on Saturday. The project debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart after selling 497,000 equivalent album units in its first week of release. That number obviously speaks to an enormous fan base, one that was built from the late rapper’s emotional transparency and knack for melodic tunes. After his tragic death of an accidental drug overdose in December 2019, the number of Juice Wrld fans has only continued to grow with his catalog.
When this new trilogy concludes, there will be four posthumous Juice Wrld projects online. Watch the teaser for The Party Never Ends for yourself just below.