Juice WRLD – Burn (Produced by Metro Boomin)


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Juice WRLD sings about being “reviled since birth” on the starting track to his new post mortem collection “Battling Demons.”

The spooky soul of the late Juice WRLD is on full showcase all around his second post mortem studio collection, named Fighting Demons, which was delivered on Friday (December 10). However it’s still early, a few fans are now applauding this collection and saying that it’s somewhat better than the main after death collection in Juice WRLD’s discography, Legends Never Die. While that is emotional, the reality of the situation will become obvious eventually where this venture remains in the positioning of the best assortments of work from the left Chicago spitter.

His new collection gets going with “Copy,” a tune delivered by Metro Boomin, in which Juice talks about his fight with substance misuse, being “reviled since birth,” and his excursion to track down truth in his life. There are a lot of features on the collection, however this is most certainly one of them.


The arrival of Fighting Demons comes following a festival of the rapper’s life at United Center in Chicago, which included exhibitions from a portion of the craftsman’s dearest companions in the music business. It shows up precisely two years following his demise.

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