The Chicago native’s laid-back live rendition was accentuated by a woman dancing inside a red London phone booth. Last month, he dropped the video game-inspired visual. His tour in support of the album kicks off April 25 in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Juice WRLD landed his first No. 1 on the Billboard 200 with Death Race for Love. Scoring the second-biggest streaming week of 2019 so far, it moved 165,000 equivalent album units the first week. In 2018, he reached the No. 2 spot with his collaborative album with Future, WRLD on Drugs. Juice’s debut full-length, Goodbye and Good Riddance, peaked at No. 8 in Aug. 2018.
In an interview with Juice WRLD’s team for Complex, Lil Bibby—who’s part of Juice’s label management and one of his partners—said he believes Juice can get to Drake’s level.
“I think he can be like Drake, for real,” Bibby said. “I think he can be like that because his music can touch everybody. I just want his albums to be his real life story. I always try to ask him like, ‘What you going through right now? How you feeling? What’s the story you want to tell?’”