Juice WRLD Came & Went, But Not Before Inspiring The Industry

Juice WRLD Came & Went, But Not Before Inspiring The Industry

Juice WRLD’s posthumous album, Legends Never Die via Grade A/Interscope rocked the rap world with hit after hit. Now the world, ready or not, has their hands on a video for ‘Come & Go’ by Juice WRLD and Marshmello.

The video creates a super sick visual for the song, directed shot and edited by Steve Cannon. Not the first ode to his girl, but unique non the less. This song breaks out hearts all over again. In an anime-super-hero-badass-type illustration, Juice, and Ally verse the drugs. The same ones that Juice ultimately succumbed too.

With ground-breaking punk-rock-rap energy the single and video alike, fans can’t get enough.

While enjoying this video and all that Juice WRLD was and will continue to be, check out new unique collaboration. A commemorative collab between gaming organization FaZe. FaZe Adapt, and many members of the FaZe community were close friends with Juice and the Grade A team. Sharing a universal love for video games and paintball, the groups connected almost instantly. Explicitly marked by a tribute game of ‘’Team 999 vs. Team FaZe Clan’’ last week, the limited edition collection can be found here.

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We will never stop supporting Juice WRLD and all the insanely inspiring and genre-shattering things that he has done for the industry. We will continue to show our love to him and his memory in every way we can.

What’s your favorite memory of Juice WRLD? Let us know by commenting down below or giving us a holler @TheHoneyPOP on Twitter, Facebook, or Instagram!

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