Getting success at such a small age is a miracle for many. Those who leave world so early, get a taste it so early. Juice Wrld was one such personality. Leaving this world so early was not meant for this super star.
He started so early and left the world so early too. No doubt, he will still be remembered in his songs and music even after he is gone.
Juice Wrld was one of the younger successful rappers in the industry. He was far too young and far too talented to already be leaving this life. No doubt he’ll be remembered, and his music will live on.
21-Year-old Hip Hop star Juice Wrld died in a tragic way on 8 December, 2019. He had signed a whopping deal of $3 Million and had got fame with the song “All girls are the same”. He originally was from Chicago and recently had got a lot of fame with his album ”All Girls are the same”.
The star had traveled from California to Chicago Midway Airport. He got a seizure during the journey. Soon he was taken for medical treatment in a hospital where he was declared dead.
His death is still under investigation by the medical team.
Most famous hits of Juice Wrld were ‘Lucid Dreams’, ‘Legends’ and ‘All Girls Are The Same’.
Early Life of Juice Wrld
Juice Wrld was born as Jarad Anthony Higgins in his home town Chicago on 2 December, 1998. But he was famously known as “Juice Wrld”, and was a singer, composer and to top of all American Raper.
His parents got divorced when he was only 3 years old. The family atmosphere of Juice was very religious and conservative. He got influenced towards hip hop when went to high school. He started drinking at very early age also became a drug user.
Music Career of Juice Wrld
Juice Wrld started his singling career in high school. His first released album was ‘Forever’ which got released in 2015. It was an instant hit immediately and people started recognizing his talent soon.
He also changed his name from JuicetheKidd to Juice Wrld. He changed the name as it meant “represents taking over the world”.
Favorite Quotes of John Wrld
“When you got sleep paralysis, you see things that possibly are there, or they aren’t there, you see shadows. Some people have an old lady that sits on their chest. They call it “The Old Hag” and it’s weird, ‘cause like a hundred million people probably have sleep paralysis and a lot of them see the same old lady sitting on their chest.” – Juice Wrld
“It’s to the point where I love and I hate you”–that’s one of the craziest things, I feel like a lot more people go through it than people think. ‘Cause I mean, you could be attached to somebody that’s no good, and you can’t help your feeling at the end of the day.” – Juice Wrld
“I remember pill popping wasn’t cool, now everybody wants some PCP, like what the fuck? That was just me, being a victim of what’s going on. But I was one of the people that were doing it when it wasn’t cool. So it’s not even awesome hoping on any type of wave, it was really a scapegoat, it was really a scapegoat.” – Juice Wrld
“It fucked everything up, fucked everything up. It didn’t permanently fix anything, it was very temporary, like four or five hours of feeling like shit was gonna be okay, and after that.” – Juice Wrld
“That’s a false statement, I’ve come to find out. I feel like maybe in TV it’s somewhat real. Cause you know how in the movies where the high school bully girls. They are all like, dumb blondes. Everybody be trying to get with them at school, and they are like, “Get the fuck out my face,” you know what I’m saying? But I think in real life, that’s not necessarily true.” – Juice Wrld