Juice WRLD's Music Dominates Digital Charts After Death
Juice WRLD’s fan base continues to grow after his death.
In the wake of his tragic passing Sunday in Chicago, the rapper’s music has seen a massive boost in streams across the major digital platforms. Several of his songs and albums have surged several thousand percentage points, topping the charts on Apple Music, Spotify, and Amazon, according to TMZ.
Juice currently holds six of the top 10 songs on Apple Music’s Top 100 Songs in the U.S. “Lucid Dreams” sits at No. 1, followed by “Bandit” with YoungBoy Never Broke Again. The list also includes “All Girls Are the Same” (No. 5), “Legends” (No. 6), “Robbery” (No. 7), and “6 Kiss” with Trippie Redd (No. 9).
Over on Spotify, Juice has four songs in the top 20 including “Robbery,” “Legends,” “Bandits,” and “Lucid Dreams,” which is currently No. 2 with over 5.5 million streams.
On Amazon’s Movers & Shakers list, “Legends” rose 84,954% to hit No. 1 in just a couple days. “Lucid Dreams,” both the explicit and clean versions, occupy the No. 2 and No. 3 spots.
Juice was already a streaming giant prior to his death. His sophomore album Death Race for Love has the second-biggest streaming week for any album in 2019, with over 200 million global streams.
The 21-year-old rapper died following an apparent seizure on Sunday morning. Federal agents were awaiting his arrival at Chicago’s Midway Airport and seized 70 pounds of weed and three guns after conducting a search of his private plane. An exact cause of death has not been determined.