The Party Never Ends Release Date: Juice WRLD’s Posthumous Album!
Jarad Anthony Higgins, better known by his stage name Juice WRLD, was born in Chicago, Illinois, on December 2, 1998. He is an American rapper and vocalist who has had a considerable impact on the music world. His unexpected death occurred on December 8, 2019, while he was only 21 years old.
Despite this, Juice WRLD’s musical legacy will live on. In this piece, we will discuss the much-anticipated release date of Juice WRLD’s new album, “The Party Never Ends,” as well as his career highlights, collaborations, and the long-lasting impact he has had on the music business. In addition, we will look at his upcoming tour dates.
The Party Never Ends Release Date
Some sources say that “The Party Never Ends,” Juice WRLD’s highly anticipated third posthumous (and fifth overall) and last studio record, is set to come out in September 2023. But we did not have any confirmation about its release.
The record was supposed to come out in the summer of 2021, but it has been delayed more than once. Lil Bibby, who is Juice WRLD’s manager, said in October 2022 that the record was still being made and wouldn’t be out until 2023. This was the most recent setback.
Fans can expect a collection of Juice WRLD songs that have never been released before, as well as exciting collaborations with other acts. The first song from the album, “In My Head,” came out in October 2022.
Fans are waiting for “The Party Never Ends” Release date:
People thinking that The Party Never Ends is dropping tonight: pic.twitter.com/CQE4g0A9Xz
— Ibby NoVanity (@ThisWRLDisCrazy) September 29, 2023
Who Was Jarad Anthony?
Jarad Anthony Higgins, also known as Juice WRLD, was a famous American rapper and singer. He was born on December 2, 1998, in Chicago and passed away on December 8, 2019, in Oak Lawn, Illinois, when he was just 21 years old.
He was popular in the emo rap and SoundCloud rap styles. His name, Juice WRLD, was inspired by a movie called “Juice” from 1992. In May 2018, he released his first big album called “Goodbye & Good Riddance.” It did really well, with songs like “All Girls Are the Same” and “Lucid Dreams” becoming big hits.
In March 2019, he released another album called “Death Race for Love.” It also became very popular with songs like “Robbery” and “Hear Me Calling.” Sadly, on December 8, 2019, Juice WRLD died because of a seizure at Chicago’s airport. Later, it was found out that his death was due to an accidental overdose of some medicines.
There’s no doubt that Juice WRLD had a big effect on the music industry, and his posthumous album, “The Party Never Ends,” is a big deal. His unique mix of sad rap and SoundCloud rap kept people listening to him for his whole career.
What was Juice WRLD’s Cause of Death?
The rapper Juice WRLD died suddenly. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office said that he took too much codeine and oxycodone by accident.
The office wrote, “The cause of death was an accident.”
The Medical Examiner’s Office has determined the cause and manner of death of 21-year-old Jarad A. Higgins.
Higgins died as a result of oxycodone and codeine toxicity.
The manner of death is accident.@JuiceWorlddd #Juicewrld
— Cook County ME (@CookCountyME) January 22, 2020
The Chicago Police Department said that Juice WRLD, whose real name was Jarad Anthony Higgins, had a seizure on Dec. 8 soon after landing at Midway International Airport. He was taken quickly to a nearby hospital, where he was declared dead a few hours later.
“The announcement that the rapper had oxycodone, an opioid that is a pain killer, and codeine in his system follows initial reports that a federal agent who was at the airport to search the plane administered the opioid antidote Narcan to the performer after he’d gone into convulsions,” the Associated Press reported.
The Chicago Sun-Times said that several people who were with the 21-year-old singer on the flight from Los Angeles to his city of Chicago were arrested for having a gun.
Juice WRLD wrote a lot of songs about how he used drugs.
He told The New York Times in an interview in 2018 that he was trying to cut down on how much Xanax he took.
“I smoke weed, and every now and then I slip up and do something that’s poor judgment,” he said. “I have a lot going for me, I recognize it’s a lot of big things, a lot of big looks. I want to be there, and you don’t have to overdose not to be there.”
Even though he died too soon, Juice WRLD will be remembered for his honest lyrics, melodic style, and readiness to talk about his own problems. Fans are eagerly waiting for “The Party Never Ends,” which will be a collection of songs and duets that have never been released before and show how versatile and creative Juice WRLD’s style is.