"It's going to happen," he said in the interview, published Thursday, after playing a clip of one of their completed songs. "Just whenever we put it out, I don't know." Next up, Juice WRLD—whose affinity for pop-punk and '00s emo is well-documented and readily present across his catalog—has designs on collaborating with Senses Fail singer Buddy Nielsen.
From there, the topic of fellow leader of genre-lessness Lil Nas X's victorious charts success was broached, with Juice pointing out that artists routinely get stripped of the credit they deserve "based off the color of their skin." He added that he knows "it burns some people inside to even see a black face next to their favorite artists."
For the full piece, which includes bits on Juice WRLD's relationship with Ally Lotti and an Imogen Heap shout-out, head here.
Fresh off a must-see conversational 14-minute freestyle with YBN Cordae, Juice bagged his first No. 1 album back in March with his sophomore effort Death Race for Love. His multi-genre influences came full circle earlier this year when, as Travis Barker explained back in February, a Juice WRLD beat ended up morphing into a new blink song.
"I feel like Juice WRLD is very along the lines of pop-punk with trap drums," Barker told MTV News.