Juice WRLD fans received a pleasant surprise while listening to Drake’s newest studio album Certified Lover Boy.
On the Drizzy and Kid Cudi collaboration track “IMY2,” a clip from a 2019 interview Juice conducted with Montreality was featured in the beginning of the song. The late rapper could be heard saying, “I think that’s what life is about. Truly finding yourself. And then closing your eyes and dying in your sleep.”
The interview that was referenced took place just four months before the “Lucid Dreams” rapper died of an accidental overdose. However, fans were excited to hear his voice on the long-awaited album.
“Shoutout to @Drake for putting @JuiceWorlddd vocals on his album #drake #CertifiedLoverBoy #Juicewrld #music #hiphop,” tweeted @SZNshort.
“Drake and Cudi finally ended their beef,” tweeted @Discussion1Rap. “Drake also decides to sample Juice WRLD. Juice was mentioned in DONDA and now sampled in CLB. He definitely smiling up in Heaven.”
Twitter user @declanwav wrote, “Something bout the Juice WRLD intro going right into the first Cudi x Drake song in 10+ years… insane.”
“This mf Drake put Juice WRLD on his album?! Bruh my life. I don’t care if it’s just a lil intro. That shit just made my heart smile fr,” tweeted @MDBWRLD999.
Social media user @JOSHIZABEAST3 tweeted, “Drake a real ass nigga man. He got Juice WRLD speaking on his album. If u know me, Drake and Juice are two of my top 3 artists man. Wish they could’ve worked together. RIP Juice WRLD.”
“Juice Wrld always wanted to work with Kid Cudi, so it’s bittersweet Drake put them both on the same song on CLB.”
Juice WRLD isn’t the only feature fans were excited about. They were also thrilled to see Lil Baby and JAY-Z on the project — especially since they were both featured on Kanye West’s Donda album. Artists such as Young Thug, 21 Savage, Project Pat, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Ty Dolla Sign, Future, Tems, Yebba, Giveon, Lil Durk and Travis Scott also made appearances on Certified Lover Boy.
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