Album: Juice WRLD – Legends Never Die: Juice WRLD’s upcoming posthumous album was originally rumored to be named Outsiders based on a freestyle he did within an Instagram live, but was later confirmed to be Legends Never Die four days before the release.
The first promotional single for the album was titled “Righteous“ and released in late April 2020. The following month, the label followed with the release of “Tell Me U Luv Me,“ another single with frequent collaborator Trippie Redd.
The album’s title can be seen written on his jacket, along with two roman numerals: MCMXCVIII and MMXIX. The first one stands for Juice WRLD’s birth year of 1998, while the second number represents the year of his death, 2019.
The butterflies are reminiscent of the song artwork for “Without Me (Remix)” which Juice was featured on. Halsey, the song’s lead artist, can be found on the album’s fouth single “Life’s A Mess.” On the day the cover artwork to Legends Never Die was revealed, Juice’s team released a statement about his important connection to the album’s collaborators, writing:
The album shines a light on the collaborators that meant so much to Juice and deeply impacted his musical process.