Written by Nate Spurlin
The wait for the next posthumous album in Juice WRLD’s discography appears to be boiling over as Twitter was set ablaze by what was thought to be the official album art for the forthcoming The Party Never Ends. While Lil Bibby, founder of Grade A Productions and record label of the late Juice WRLD quickly took to Twitter to extinguish the fire with a tweet that read “Not the official cover but…” the second posthumous album could see the light of day sooner rather than later. This along with a new trailer for the incoming project from the late Juice WRLD that was released on YouTube adds to the speculation of a release date.
Pinned to the top of Lil Bibby’s Twitter page is a tweet that reads “The Party Never Ends” with a juice and world emoji at the end. The date this tweet was posted is May 27th and with frequent updates about the posthumous album coming from Bibby’s Twitter page directly including news that the album will be separated into three parts with the first part being 90% done pending a verse from Travis Scott, fans may be getting a bit restless in their wait.
While fans of Juice WRLD are understandably yearning for the release of new music from the deceased rapper, it’s important to keep in mind that there’s no knowledge of how much say Juice WRLD had in the process of building the album. With this kept in mind, fans should be patient and understanding with the thought of quality and care in the creation of Juice WRLD’s next posthumous album being prioritized over speed.