Juice WRLD & The Kid Laroi’s “Go!” Hits Billboard Hot 100
Juice WRLD & The Kid Laroi’s “Go!” Hits Billboard Hot 100: The death of Jarad Anthony Higgins, professionally known as Juice Wrld, is one that has still not left its hold on the hip-hop world. But the pot of gold at the end of the rainbow seems to be that even from beyond life, he still blesses us with good music.
Though the young lyricist is no longer with us, his presence remains prominent whenever his posthumous music does appear, whether it’s a solo track or a guest appearance. Most recently, Juice’s voice was last heard on young Australian-born singer The Kid LAROI‘s “Go!,” which was recorded after the pair connected to record new music together; the creative dynamic was so strong that LAROI was starting to feel like Juice’s protege.
Not only did Juice’s fans appreciate hearing from the Chicago rapper once more, but the video also provided a thorough behind-the-scenes look at his carefree and jovial nature. It’s no wonder that the song went on to make the Billboard Hot 100, sliding respectably into the mid-range at fifty-two.
While it’s unclear whether “Go!” has peaked, or will continue to rise, it does show that Juice remains a commercial draw. With his first posthumous album set to arrive in the near future, it wouldn’t be surprising to see him once again exploring the higher end of the charts, a bittersweet accomplishment given the circumstances. Keep hope alive Juice WRLD and much respect to The Kid Laroi for making this one happen.
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