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Juice WRLD Type Beat – “Sustain” – Emotional Trap Instrumental 2019 (Prod. Jakebreh & Nit Hoti)
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Juice WRLD Type Beat – “Sustain” – Emotional Trap Instrumental 2019
This beat is heavily inspired by the emotional vibes that Juice WRLD’s music brings. From the minor keys to the hard hitting trap drums.
Jarad Ethan Higgins (born December 2, 1998), better known by his stage name Juice Wrld (stylized as Juice WRLD and pronounced “Juice World”), is an American rapper, singer, and songwriter.
Higgins is primarily known for his breakout hits “All Girls Are the Same”, “Lucid Dreams”, and “Legends”. He is signed to Lil Bibby’s Grade A Productions and Interscope Records. His debut studio album Goodbye & Good Riddance was released on May 23, 2018. The album peaked at number four on the Billboard 200 while his singles “All Girls Are the Same” and “Lucid Dreams” have charted on the Hot 100 at 41st and 2nd respectively. The song “Lucid Dreams” was remixed by Lil Uzi Vert, who also collaborated with Juice WRLD on the track “Wasted”.
DEATH RACE FOR LOVE REVIEW BY PITCHFORK
“Though the speed of his ascent may have felt like it, Juice WRLD didn’t just appear on hip-hop’s doorstep in 2018 in an Interscope Records-signed box with the message, “Here is the new face of rap, get used to it.” The 20-year-old Illinois rapper has been developing his style since 2015, mixing his influences into the perfect recipe: the candor of Lil Peep, the delivery of Chief Keef, and the cheap acoustic guitars of XXXTentacion. That recipe alone doesn’t explain his success; one scroll through SoundCloud reveals thousands of artists blending those same ingredients with a fraction of the success. The truth is Juice WRLD can be magnetic: One line can sound like he found an iPod where the only song that works is My Chemical Romance’s “Welcome To the Black Parade” and the very next like he just finished spinning Bang Pt. 2.
Throughout Death Race For Love’s 72 minutes—there’s no reason a Juice WRLD album should be the length of a podcast and a half—Juice WRLD’s lyrics fall into two categories. Fifty percent of the lyrics are bad (“Back on my bullsh*t, devil emoji”) and the other 50 percent are also bad, but then they get stuck in your head and ultimately turn good (“Tell me your darkest secret sh*t you wouldn’t even tell Jesus”). On the album opener, “Empty,” Juice WRLD uses drugs like a Band-Aid to cover up his issues (“I problem solve with styrofoam”) over imitation Zaytoven keys from his go-to producer Nick Mira. That same bluntness carries over into other piano lead tracks like “Robbery” where he chants like an open-mic slam poet and channels John Cusack in Say Anything attempting to get his girlfriend back: “I’m throwing rocks at your window, I need to go home.”
Whenever Juice WRLD is emotional (which is all the time) he sounds like he’s on the brink of breaking down into lean-fueled tears, but then on a whim will swerve into bitterness. Like Future, with whom he released a collaborative album, Juice WRLD’s openness has its limits, afraid of having his masculinity questioned—to that point, there is a song here literally titled ‘HeMotions.'”
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Juice WRLD Type Beat – "Sustain" – Emotional Trap Instrumental 2019
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