Although heavily disturbing, the distorted melodies and s create this sound that you have to rage to. One of his oldest tracks on his Soundcloud, this self-produced auto-tuned, smooth but cut-throat crooner was released when Juice was still JuiceTheKidd. Even if it has lyrics full of lean-sipping and Xanax-taking, Juice Wrld pours out his pain and takes you on a therapeutic journey to feel terrible before you feel better. Seemingly a love-sprung puppy, he sets the record straight that his love life is a lot happier. He cries out about just how bad his addiction had got. The sombre and subdued guitar refrain throughout shows his punk rock influences, yet the reverb on the beat distort the whole picture.
American recording artist Juice Wrld released three studio albums, eight extended plays, two mixtapes, 30 singles including four as featured artist , and one promotional single, including posthumous releases. He released his first mixtape and EP, under the pseudonym JuicetheKidd in early and Throughout , he released several EPs independently. It spawned five singles, including his debut single " All Girls Are the Same ", certified triple platinum and his breakthrough hit " Lucid Dreams ", which peaked at No.
‘All Girls Are the Same’
His song " Lucid Dreams " has been played on the music streaming platform Spotify over one billion times. The album enjoyed positive critical reception, and contained three other singles: " Lean wit Me ", " Wasted ", and " Armed and Dangerous ", all of which charted on the Billboard Hot After collaborating with Future on the mixtape Wrld on Drugs , Higgins released his second studio album Death Race for Love , which reached number one on the Billboard It contained the singles " Robbery " and " Hear Me Calling ".
Featuring Seezyn, the hapless romantic finally finds refuge in his lady friend after years of strikeouts in the love department. While Juice plays a heartless lothario, YoungBoy is a militant street soldier ready for war. The record debuted at No. For Juice, "Hear Me Calling" serves as a warm contrast to his gloomy, melancholy records. The poppy song is addictive because of its hypnotic production and raw, but simple, hook. Listeners can hear how much the Chicago native concerned himself with the opinion of others and social media two years ago. The key-laden tune allows Juice to mend his heartbreak through a range of tuneful screeches.