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Juice WRLD's 'Fighting Demons' Tracklist || Review || Stream || Download

Juice WRLD's 'Fighting Demons' Tracklist Review Download
Juice WRLD's group has uncovered the collection fine art and tracklist for the late rapper's forthcoming after death collection, Fighting Demons.

The album consist of eighteen tracks, with a few verbally expressed word breaks from Juice WRLD and others. Battling Demons will have the rapper's two recently delivered tracks, "Currently Dead" and "Meandered to LA" with Justin Bieber, alongside another track with Trippie Redd and Polo G named "Cat" and another melody called "Young lady Of My Dreams" with Suga from BTS, among others.

The cover, which was shared on Juice WRLD's Instagram, sees the rap legend venturing through a devilish pool of water in an all-dark gathering.

 
 Album Review || Source @ Ryannn

So the album… it’s kind of whatever. I think a lot of what we got from Legends Never Die was interpreted into Fighting Demons, but LND was a lot more of a complete project. The track “Feline” has a very noticeable mixing problem on Juice’s vocals while tracks like “Not Enough”, “Feel Alone” and “Already Dead” are flat out boring. It’s just lackluster in droves compared to his other works. However, there were some high points of the record. If you ignore Already Dead, the first half of the record is actually pretty good. The intro “Burn” is one of Juice’s best songs to date. The production is creepy yet uplifting at the same time. Something about the song is just so gripping to me. Some of the tracks with questionable feature artists actually surprised me. Justin Bieber was able to do his thing on Wandered To LA. Yes, his verse may be a little out of place, but I think it works well enough to be an enjoyable song. The most surprising was SUGA’s verse on “Girl Of My Dreams”. If you know me well, you know I hate BTS’ music with a burning passion. However, this feature was not bad at all. It’s a little bit of a strange fit, but nonetheless it’ll definitely bring in a ridiculous amount of streams. This record also seems to be very replayable. I can definitely see myself coming back to this album in the near future. I also want to note that I have so much respect for the label for not filling the posthumous releases with features. So those were my thoughts on the first 2-3 listens or so. I have a lot of bias for Juice, so this could definitely grow on me over time.

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