Juice Wrld Day Festival To Feature Performances By Trippie Redd, G Herbo, Cordae, And More

Juice Wrld Day Festival To Feature Performances By Trippie Redd, G Herbo, Cordae, And More

The annual Juice WRLD Fest, held in memory of the late rapper, will feature performances by a number of well-known artists this year, including Trippie Redd, Cordae, and G Herbo.

Lil Tecca, Ski Mask The Slump God, Bankroll Hayden, Sleazyworld Go, Lucki, DDG, and Tana will all perform at the festival, which will take place at Chicago’s United Center.

Lil Bibby, manager of Juice, announced the event, and tickets are currently on sale on the Juice WRLD Day website. On Thursday, December 8, the festival will take place.

The roster for the festival follows the late rapper’s successful 2022, which saw him become the first artist to have four albums sell over 500,000 units each in 2022. 

Juice WRLD only released four albums, so all of his works—including his most recent posthumous release, Fighting Demons—have sold over 500,000 copies. This is a significant accomplishment for the Chicago rapper, who passed unexpectedly in 2019 after suffering an overdose-related seizure.

His manager, Lil Bibby, celebrated the event by tweeting a comment from him.

The purpose of life, according to Juice WRLD, is not to live forever but rather to produce something that will.

Fighting Demons, the most recent posthumous album by Juice WRLD, debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 when it was released on his birthday in December of last year and sold 119,000 album equivalent units.

Fans of Juice WRLD have continued to support the rapper’s discography, but Lil Bibby claimed that overseeing his client’s songs is a demanding task.

“People say we don’t put out enough music, but then they say we do it for money,” he wrote on Twitter. “I will try my best, but I am human, and I have feelings.” This is not an easy job. Ppl making crazy allegations and saying hurtful things. I want to put out music because I know that’s what Juice wanted, and I know the fans want it. “But I sometimes want to quit.”

Lil Bibby set up a trap in October to deceive hackers into not disclosing Juice WRLD’s most recent posthumous single, “In My Head,” which was released on October 28. The owner of Grade A Productions posted a 30-second clip of the song to streaming services under the moniker “Rush Hour.” Bibby said the phony song title was an intentional ruse to trick hackers, who have in the past released hundreds of Juice WRLD recordings, in an Instagram post.

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