Juice WRLD Announces New Album That Will 'Pick the WRLD Up and Turn It Upside Down'

Juice WRLD has high ambitions for his follow-up to last year's pop punk-influenced 'Goodbye & Good Riddance.'


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Next month, Juice WRLD has plans to "pick the world up and turn it upside down" with his new album.

The 2018 MTV Song of Summer nominee promised as much amid a series of tweets announcing his imminent A Deathrace for Love. "I'm losing my mind and I'm loving every minute of it," he said late Thursday, echoing my sentiments exactly. He also revealed that fans can expect to add the respective new album to their libraries March 8.

I’m losing my mind and I’m loving every minute of it 🤤😭😱🖤 just in time for the drop of the album... MARCH 8th... A DEATHRACE FOR LOVE ☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️☠️

— . (@JuiceWorlddd) February 7, 2019

March is the month I pick the WRLD up and turn it upside down ☠️🙃 https://t.co/pjN9E5sIap

— . (@JuiceWorlddd) February 7, 2019

If the March date holds, Juice WRLD's sophomore studio album will arrive less than a year after his gold-certified Interscope debut Goodbye & Good Riddance. That album, featuring a lone collab with god of the 666 Lil Uzi Vert, put Juice WRLD's wide array of influences on full display with sonic nods to Fall Out Boy, blink-182, WRLD on Drugs collaborator Future, and more.

As for what to expect as far as features on Deathrace, a final tracklist hasn't been disclosed. Juice WRLD, however, has recently been seen in the studio with Ski Mask the Slump God and M.I.A. In December, he linked with Benny Blanco and Panic! at the Disco's Brendon Urie for "Roses."

With any luck, perhaps Deathrace will feature a sequel to Juice WRLD's Tyla Yaweh collab aptly titled "blink-182."

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