It’s been a few months since the tragic passing of Juice WRLD (R.I.P.) but if Hip-Hop has taught us anything it’s that an artist can be gone and their music still continue to resonate with the culture.

In his feature cover story XXL's Spring 2020 issue, Future revealed he is still coping with the "Lucid Dreams" untimely passing. He stated that he "It was heartbreaking about Juice. Still to this day, I’m heartbroken," and added, "Rest in peace to Juice WRLD. He’s a great artist. He had so much more to do."


If social media has shown us anything these past few weeks it’s that everyone is using this Coronavirus quarantine time in different ways and while many use it to entertain their followers, others are using it to reflect on what could’ve been.

Eminem is known for his rapid fire delivery, now he’s challenging his fans to match his speed.

Juice WRLD passed away last month at the age of 21, just as his career was picking up even more speed. According to a new report, the team that handed the late Chicago rapper’s affairs is considering unloading songs from a massive vault of unreleased music.

The Hip-Hop world was thrown for a loop when rising rap star Juice WRLD unexpectedly died shortly after getting off a flight. The cause of the Chicago rapper’s death has been determined to be an accidental overdose.

After the recent death of 21-year old rapper Juice WRLD, Juicy J has joined the many fans and artists alike that are confronting themselves for the role they play in the glorification of overt drug use.

It’s been weeks since the Hip-Hop world lost one of its brightest stars with the tragic passing of Juice WRLD, as a gift to the late rapper’s fans, DJ from across the pond Charlie Sloth shared an unreleased Fire In The Booth freestyle featuring the artist.

Vic Mensa has often used his platform to speak his mind on a variety of issues, and he’s done so once again this week. Mensa put some of the blame on Hip-Hop’s tendency to promote the hard drugs and fast living lifestyle for the death of Juice WRLD.

While Fat Joe has a long history of making hits he doesn’t get his just due for being ones of the best interviews in the game. His latest Q&A resulted in some very memorable quotes and more.

Many are still mourning the untimely passing of Juice WRLD. One person in particular is the late rapper’s girlfriend, Alli Lotti, who made it a point to let the world know what kind of individual he was.

Nicki Minaj was honored with the Game Changer award at the 2019 Billboard Women in Music ceremony, but instead of giving her usual thank you speech Minaj utilized her time to remember her friendship with Juice WRLD—who died last week at the age of 21.