Lil Bibby recently shared a video on Instagram of him and Juice WRLD together, voicing how much he misses the late rapper.
Not only was Bibby an executive at Grade A Productions, the same label Juice was signed to, but he also felt like a mentor to the rapper as well. Bibby saw Juice as one of the most genuine people he ever met, writing a heartfelt goodbye message to him on Instagram days after he passed. Now it appears that Juice WRLD's first posthumous project might be on the way, with Bibby commenting under his post, "Album Coming soon🙏🏽🐐💕."
If a project is indeed coming, this would be Juice WRLD's first full-length since his death in December. It was reported by TMZ that the Chicago rapper had 2,000 unreleased songs at the time of his death. The first posthumous song that Juice appeared on was Eminem's "Godzilla," which debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100. Back in February, Bibby said he wanted Frank (presumably Ocean) to appear on Juice's project.
Gotta get Frank Ocean on this Juice album 🙏🏽💕— Lil Bibby (@LilBibby_) February 25, 2020
Hopefully, Lil Bibby will be able to share some of this music with us soon.