Juice WRLD Freestyles Over Cardi B's "Be Careful"

Juice WRLD stopped by Charlie Sloth's 'The 8th' to spit a fire freestyle over Cardi B's "Be Careful," a song he and others hear approximately four times day in L.A.

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Juice WRLD, clad in a Misfits T-shirt everyone in the world should own by now, dropped some undeniable bars on Charlie Sloth's BBC Radio 1 Xtra show The 8th on Wednesday.

About two minutes into the video up top, Juice WRLD was challenged to freestyle over Cardi B's increasingly ubiquitous Invasion of Privacy single "Be Careful," a challenge he gladly accepted. "When I'm in LA I hear this song like four times a day in Ubers," he said, accurately. "This song is everywhere."


Speaking with Complex earlier this month about his $3 million deal with Interscope, Juice WRLD credited his "hardcore Christian-ass" upbringing for inadvertently inspiring him to start making music. "[My mom] didn't want me to grow up like the other motherfuckers around me," he said. "She listened to old school gospel music. I'd be trying to listen to Gucci and Jeezy and shit and I couldn't remember the lyrics, so I would just finish them myself, and that's how it would start. That was at a young-ass age. I've always been involved in music. Whether it be taking piano lessons or something, I always have."

Next month, literally the day before I get blackout drunk and refuse to otherwise acknowledge a holiday based on baseless patriotism, Juice WRLD will release "an exclusive film and music" via Apple Music as part of its Up Next series.

The new wave. @JuiceWorlddd is our latest #UpNext artist. Get ready for an exclusive film and music coming July 3rd.https://t.co/zjk6iDLTEx pic.twitter.com/xdEO4NopN4

— Apple Music (@AppleMusic) June 27, 2018

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