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Juice WRLD “Death Race For Love”

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We saw Juice WRLD quickly rise to fame with his hit single Lucid Dreams, and has since released three albums. Goodbye and Good Riddance, WRLD on Drugs, and most recently Death Race For Love. Death Race For Love is a much, much better album than WRLD on Drugs, but it still isn’t phenomenal.

I like this album: It has its moments for sure. Juice recently said that the entire album was freestyled. That’s the biggest complaint I have with it. Because it was freestyled, all of the songs have similar topics. The pitfalls of drugs, the crushing heartbreak from love, his inability to cope with his feelings. If he gave his lyrics more thought behind them, they would be delivered better.

As mentioned, his song Lucid Dreams was insanely popular, and was played all the time. Emo is being fused with rap and is most likely the next step for hip-hop. Juice is at the forefront of the wave. “Sadboy” music is taking over, and I myself am into the emo rap subgenre. That is why Juice is dominating the charts with this album. Image result for juice wrld'

Although the freestyling can most certainly be annoying, it doesn’t at all ruin it. He does a phenomenal job of having raw charisma. His songs are immediately catchy and he creates music where people can sing their hearts out.  The guests are interesting choices as well. You can never go wrong with Young Thug, and he does amazing alongside Juice, Brent Faiyaz whose interlude was one of the best songs on the album, and Clever who did great as well.

Overall I give the album a 7.5/10. Again, it get a little tedious when you hear a lot of the same stuff for 72 minutes. But between his ability to captivate an audience, the stellar performances from his guests, and solid instrumentals, the album is pretty good. I don’t think it’s better than his first album, but it is a step in the right direction.

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