Platinum rapper Juice Wrld has died at the younger age of 21.
Juice Wrld had simply landed at the airport in Chicago from California early Sunday morning (Dec. 8), and was reportedly strolling by means of the terminal when he abruptly suffered a seizure.
When paramedics arrived, the rapper was nonetheless acutely aware, however was bleeding from the mouth. Sources say Juice was nonetheless acutely aware as he was rushed to the hospital, nonetheless, he was pronounced lifeless a short while later.
His explanation for dying is unknown at this time.
2019 was a breakout yr for Juice Wrld, who was just lately revealed to have generated greater than a billion streams on Spotify this yr alone.
His breakout single, “Lucid Dreams,” which was launched in summer time 2018, made all of it the best way to #2 on the Billboard Hot 100. He additionally had a success single in “All Girls Are the Same” after that includes Lil Yachty on the remix.
The success of that tune landed him a multi-million recording contract with Interscope Records.
Juice additionally was featured on Travis Scott’s critically acclaimed AstroWorld album, singing the hook on “No Bystanders.”
Juice’s sophomore album, Death Race for Love, debuted in March at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart. He additionally collaborated with well-known artists comparable to Lil Uzi Vert, Ellie Goulding and Okay-Pop sensation BTS.
His newest single, “Bandit,” that includes NBA YoungBoy, is at the moment on the highest 10 charts.
“I want to be that person that leads people out of the place they’re at,” Juice Wrld instructed Billboard earlier this yr.
“And in the process, maybe I’ll find the key to get out of the place that I’m at. The low places I may wander into or get trapped in.”
Juice Wrld, who had simply celebrated his 21st birthday final Monday (Nov. 25), mentioned his stage title was impressed by Tupac Shakur’s efficiency within the 1992 film Juice.