A second posthumous Juice WRLD project is set to be released soon. Juice’s estate officially announced The Party Never Ends on Thursday (July 8) with an accompanying 15-second project trailer.
Juice WRLD’s team confirmed that the project will be the first part of a trilogy series to culminate his legacy. Grade A Productions head Lil Bibby previously revealed the idea for the trilogy in a June interview with VladTV.
The Party Never Ends will feature Lil Uzi Vert — reportedly the track used in the trailer — and a few other “big people,” according to his former manager Peter Jideonwo.
Fans who pre-save The Party Never Ends will be entered to win a limited-edition t-shirt, of which only 999 were produced — a number Juice leaned on to turn obstacles in life into positive situations. All three of the Chicago native’s albums remain Billboard 200 staples with Legends Never Die and Goodbye & Good Riddance going back-to-back at No. 22 and No. 23 on this week’s chart.
Ringer CEO Bill Simmons revealed on Wednesday (July 7) that the Music Box series will produce documentaries for HBO with one being based around Juice WRLD’s life. Juice — born Jarad Higgins — died of a fatal combination of oxycodone and codeine in his system on December 8, 2019 at 21 years old, according to the Cook County Medical Examiner.