Chicago rapper Polo G is remembering his late friend. This week, he went to social media to share some new ink he had placed on his body for fellow Chi native Juice WRLD, who passed away in December of 2019.
Polo x Tattoo
Polo took to Twitter to share his new tattoo. The new piece is on his shoulder and features a globe with Juice’s “999” phrase inside it.
“Still see my grandmas👵🏾I still see my guyzzz👼🏾🖤” -Polo G’s Twitter
The world is loving Legends Never Die right now. The posthumous project from Juice WRLD had nearly 20 songs topping the Apple Music chart. As of Friday afternoon, Juice’s LP was doing serious streaming numbers. The project’s top songs are only receiving competition from fellow late musician Pop Smoke.
“Juicewrld #LegendsNeverDie album got 18 of the top 20 tracks on Apple Music rn. What’s your favorite song from the album????” -Akademiks’ Instagram
Wait, There’s More
Last week, WLRD’s must-hear album officially premiered online. The project features a slew of collaborations from Trippie Redd, Halsey, Marshmello and Polo G.
Legends Never Die, the first posthumous album from Chicago rapper Juice WRLD, has arrived. The new LP features “Life’s a Mess” (with Halsey), as well as “Righteous,” “Come & Go” (with Marshmello), and “Tell Me U Luv Me” (with Trippie Redd). In addition to “Come & Go,” Marshmello appears on Juice WRLD’s “Hate the Other Side” along with Polo G and Kid Laroi. The album is bookended by spoken-word clips from Juice WRLD, with the final track titled “Juice WRLD Speaks From Heaven – Outro.” (Pitchfork)
Before You Go
Heading into last week, Chicago rapper G Herbo went to his social media pages to share Juice’s LP artwork. Herbo also dug deeper and referenced their close-knit bond.
“IM HONORED TO SAY I REALLY KNEW YOU KID! YOU WAS REALLY MY LIL BROTHER & THATS THE COLDEST SHIT IN THE 🌏 TO ME.. JUICE🌍 999 LEGENDS NEVER DIE @juicewrld999 ❤️” -G Herbo’s Instagram