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UPDATED 9:50 p.m. ET: Future and Juice WRLD took to social media to share the release date for their upcoming joint project.

WRLD on Drugs will be arriving on Friday, Oct. 19.


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The release of WRLD on Drugs is imminent.

Overnight, "Fine China" collaborators Future and Juice WRLD both teased the new joint project in a series of social media posts. In a photo shared by both Future and WRLD, we were given an early look at tentative song titles like "Astronauts," "Different," "Afterlife," and more. 

In subsequent tweets, Future said he and WRLD were currently in the studio together with enough songs ready to possibly drop this week. He also publicly urged WRLD to get a fan to craft the cover art, then have the tracklist finalized for release "ASAP."

WRLD dropped his debut studio album Goodbye & Good Riddance, complete with Drive-Thru Records-esque cover art, back in May. The album's lone feature was ultimately given to none other than Lil Uzi Vert, whose WRLD collab "Wasted" was added to the album post-release.

"I like all types of music," WRLD told Complex ahead of that album's release when asked about his early influences, all of which you can hear nods to in his songwriting. "It could change up so quickly, I could be listening to Foo Fighters and then switch up and turn on my favorite Sosa mixtape. I listen to all types of music. My biggest influences are Kid Cudi, Chief Keef, Travis Scott—it's a lot of them, bro. Eminem, I was a big Odd Future fan back in 2011. Super fan."

Future, meanwhile, dropped his Beast Mode 2 project with Zaytoven back in July.