Album: A Deathrace For Love (2019)
Charted: 41
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  • The opening track of A Deathrace For Love follows Juice WRLD's usual theme of angsty anthems as he talks about dealing with heartbreak through taking various drugs and drinking lean.

    Like a crawlspace, it's a dark place I roam
    Ain't no right way, just the wrong way I know
    I problem solve with Styrofoam
    My world revolves around a black hole

    Lean is often drunk from a double styrofoam cup.
  • Deathrace was recorded by Juice in just five days. The rapper was holed up in a LA studio with a rotating stream of producers for 24 hours a day, breaking only to shower.

    The production for this song was supplied by Juice's frequent collaborator Nick Mira. He helmed the rapper's breakthrough single "Lucid Dreams (Forget Me)," its follow-up "All Girls Are The Same" and Deathrace's lead track "Robbery."

Comments: 4

  • $uperm@n from Inside Your PantsI know where Juice WRLD lives it is in 123 Sesame Street
  • Rest In Piece Juice from Waleswhat day did empty come out?
  • Rip Juicea human god and the best song maker
  • Juice Wrld from Your Mums HouseRIP juice WRLD empty is a really good song
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