It has been rumored that at the time of his death, Juice WRLD had roughly 2,000 unreleased tracks in his vault. Now the late rapper's friend, fellow rapper Lil Bibby has confirmed that a posthumous project is on the way.
On Thursday, Lil Bibby, a mentor and close friend of the artist, reminisced on Instagram sharing an old video of them both. In the clip, Bibby is seen standing on Juice's skateboard while they are at an airport. The Chicago rapper shared a reflective caption, "Miss my lil bro walking round wit skateboards and shit, playing wit Yugio cards and watching Naruto."
In the comments section, Bibby wrote that a posthumous album from the late rapper is "coming soon."
Bibby, who is an executive for Grade A Productions, the same label Juice was signed to, has hinted at an album from the rapper in the past. Back in February, he tweeted about trying to get Frank Ocean on the upcoming Juice album.
Late last month, Juice WRLD's girlfriend, Ally Lotti added to the rumors of a forthcoming album when she previewed a single by the rapper on Instagram Live. "Put your left hand in my right/I'm your best friend, you're my wife," Juice WRLD rhymes on the track. Listen to a snippet below.
There is no confirmed date for Juice WRLD's posthumous project, but keep it here for updates.