The death of Juice WRLD, the 21-year-old emo-rap singer, shocked the world of music and the hip-hop community when it was revealed earlier this week. Like other artists who die suddenly, Juice WRLD's records and playlists have uploaded the lists.
After the news of his death on Sunday in Chicago, several of the singer's songs reached the top spots on Spotify, Apple and Amazon, in many cases, with tracks that increased in percentages of four and five digits. Currently, Juice WRLD's song, "Legends," jumped 84.954% to number one in just two days.
Also, probably his biggest song so far, "Lucid Dreams," went to number 2 and 3. Juice WRLD only released two full-length albums during his short career, including Good bye and have a good trip, as much as Death Race for Love, which was the last
You can also tell the same story regarding the Apple streaming platform, with Juice WRLD going to the top of the charts and beating other competitors such as Trippie Redd, DaBaby, The Weeknd, as well as Roddy Ricch.
As previously reported, Juice died from a seizure in the early hours of Sunday morning at the Midway airport in Chicago, Illinois. Reportedly, federal agents were there waiting for Juice WRLD and his entourage and after doing a search, they found several weapons and a lot of weed.
TMZ states that a source told them that Juice WRLD could be seen ingesting Percocet during the search. Shortly after, the singer / rapper hit the ground and died in the hospital. Reportedly, Juice WRLD had a history of seizures.
Regardless of how Juice died, the last two years have been difficult for rap fans. Last year, the world lost Mac Miller to a fatal overdose of cocaine, fentanyl and alcohol, and in the previous year, the emo trap scene also lost Lil & # 39; Peep.
Also, in 2018, XXXTentaction was shot dead in Florida while in a motorcycle store. At the time of his death, XXX was on trial for allegedly assaulting his girlfriend.