The Juice WRLD estate dropped the rappers' first posthumous album, "Legends Never Die," this Friday, July 10. This is his third overall album, following 2018's "Goodbye & Good Riddance" and last year's "Death Race for Love." It features familiar and new collaborators. From EDM producer Marshmello to pop music icon Halsey, the new Juice WRLD album is worth the rave.

All the anticipation surrounding Juice WRLD latest album has reportedly driven the streaming platform Spotify to crash temporarily following its release. To better appreciate what the fuss is all about, here are the three collaborative singles from Juice WRLD's "Legends Never Die."

"Tell Me U Luv Me" with Trippie Redd

The first single from "Legends Never Die" to be released, Juice WRLD teamed up with fellow hip-hop artist Trippie Redd. Nick Mira and Pearl Lion, WRLD's frequent collaborators, have produced the track.

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"Tell Me U Luv Me" explores Juice WRLD's introspections on love and drugs, set over an upbeat R&B hip-hop beat. Trippie Redd sings the chorus while WRLD raps the verses. It has peaked on No. 15 at the Hot R&B/ Hip-Hop Songs charts and rose to No. 3 at the Rolling Stone Top 100.

An audio-only version featuring the song's cover art was first uploaded on Juice WRLD's official YouTube channel on May 28. Cole Bennett, going as Lyrical Lemonade, has created the official music video for the track. Half of the MV features doodle-style animations while half features the artists performing. It also includes snippets of Juice and Ally Lotti together. 


"Come and Go" with Marshmello

This high-voltage track features elements of hip-hop, pop-funk, and EDM, courtesy of Juice WRLD's energetic bars, and Marshmello's mix of funk-rock and electro beats. It was released last Thursday, July 9, before "Legends Never Die" came out. However, sharp-eared fans have traced it to a 2018 tune teased by the marshmallow-headed DJ and producer.

In praise, Mello wrote on Twitter that Juice "was one of the most talented people I have ever met." It was praised by music critics, with The Fader's Jordan Darville lamenting the 21-year-old rapper's "promise of global pop stardom, tragically unfulfilled by his death."

It was accompanied by a music video directed by Steve Cannon. It opens with footage of Juice and Ally Lotti as the song reveals his supposed insecurities." I try to be everything that I can, but sometimes, I come out as bein' nothin'." It continues in a cool, anime-style action video where both Juice and Ally fight demons together.


"Life's A Mess" with Halsey

The surprise collab track that came out on the same day that the release date for "Legends Never Die" was officially announced, on Monday, July 6. Hearing Juice WLRD rap and Halsey sing over a soft, mellow rhythm only adds to the emotion that overflows from the song. "Life's A Mess" is pretty straightforward - about love, life, and one person's potential to change another's life.

It was supported by its "Official Visualizer" the following day, July 7. Visual artist David Garibaldi creates an artwork of Juice WRLD - one in an indoor setting while the other outdoors. The visuals that accompanied the Juice - Chad Ross directed Halsey collab.