Juice WRLD had a huge vault of unreleased music before he passed away, and his mother believes that the people who filter those songs don’t respect his legacy.
In an interview with XXLJuice’s mother, Carmella Wallace, spoke about how she thinks there are other ways that fans can continue to love the late rapper without leaking songs that are not completely finished.
“I understand that they loved him. They loved their music, but there is a proper way to do it, “said Wallace. “Let us give you our best. Leaked music is not necessarily clean music, it is just filtered, not finished. So it’s just a lot of work just to get it done. It’s kind of disrespectful for him, honestly, to filter his music that way. But I know that monster is there, has been there and is not going anywhere. We can do our part and put out good music. He made a lot of good music. “
According to a TMZ report last year, Juice WRLD was said to have had roughly 2,000 previously unreleased songs at the time of his death in 2019. Some of these songs made it to the Chicago rapper’s last two posthumous albums. Legends never die Y Fighting demons which fell a few weeks ago.
Also Chicago rapper and founder of Grade A Production, Lil Bibby, worked closely with Juice before his death and played a major role in the release. Fight the demons. Speaking with Complex, Bibby explained how the album came to be after reviewing Juice’s dense catalog of previously unreleased music.
“This project took maybe eight to 12 months [to complete]”Bibby explained. “Juice has so many songs, so it takes a long time to go through all the songs. And then you have to go to the beat of the songs and make sure you like them after listening to them in thousandths. “