Posthumous Juice WRLD HBO Documentary and Project on the Way

Rachel Guttman

Juice WRLD’s team has just announced that another posthumous project will be released soon in a recent interview. Juice WRLD’s team reported that a new EP entitled The Party Never Ends is on the way and will feature other popular artists such as Lil Uzi Vert. They also asked that leakers do not ruin this release by leaking tracks in advance or holding them ransom.

In addition to the upcoming EP, an HBO Juice WRLD documentary is in the works and will star Juice WRLD himself. Specific details are not public information yet for either project. The late rapper has been making appearances in various projects recently such as Migos' Culture III album and Maroon 5’s new project, Jordi. In order to celebrate his debut album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, his team also just dropped a deluxe anniversary edition of the album. The deluxe re-release edition featured a remix of “Lucid Dreams,” which featured Lil Uzi in addition to a new track, “734.”

Juice WRLD’s team has released a number of posthumous projects since the rapper’s death. Along with the launch of these works have also come a few problems. Producer, Ghost Loft, filed a lawsuit against Juice WRLD’s team in which he claimed that Juice WRLD stole 16 bars from his song, “So High.” Ghost Loft, formally known as Danny Choi, claimed that Juice WRLD and Mitch Mula were the only credited songwriters on “Scared of Love,” a song on Juice WRLD’s debut album. He also claimed that Mitch Mula also confessed to Choi that they sampled his beat. Choi is suing Mula, Juice WRLD’s mother, and Carmella Wallace (the executioner of his estate).

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