Next week, fans will be able to check out Juice WRLD‘s second posthumous album Fighting Demons, which was first revealed through an official trailer on social media. The project has already been led by the well-received single “Already Dead,” which was produced by Nick Mira and DT and saw the late star harmonizing about heartache and addiction:
“You can see the pain in my laugh, demons comin’ back from the past, feelin’ like I’m ’bout to relapse, voices in my head, all I can hear them say, is everyone wants me dead, bitch, I’m already dead, I’ve been dead for years…”
Today (Nov. 3), fans are able to enjoy other song from Fighting Demons titled “Wandered To LA,” a Louis Bell and HARV-backed number that sees contains the same emotionally-charged themes as the aforementioned:
“Maybe it’s the love, maybe it’s the drugs, maybe it’s because my girlfriend is the plug, cocaine strums like guitar chords, she loves drugs, she goes hardcore … maybe it’s the drugs, lies they build around, you see the ghost on her front porch, you see the blood at her front door, we were doin’ Xans in her Honda Accord…”
Upon its arrival, Fighting Demons will follow last year’s Legends Never Die, the first official offering since Juice WRLD tragically passed on in December of 2019. That project saw 22 bittersweet cuts and additional contributions from The Weeknd, Trippie Redd, Marshmello, Polo G, The Kid LAROI, and Halsey. As expected, Legends Never Die skyrocketed to number one on the Billboard 200 thanks to 497,000 album equivalent units sold the first week of its release — the album also also since scored a double Platinum certification in the US. Prior to that, Juice WRLD released Death Race for Love, which quickly became his first chart-topper.
Press play on Juice WRLD and Justin Bieber’s “Wandered To LA.”
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