Juice WRLD Engineer Claims Rapper’s Label Wants To Kill Him
Since Juice Wrld passed away in 2019, there have been many complaints about how the late rapper’s estate is being managed. Juice’s engineer Max Lord is making some serious accusations against the rapper’s label, Grade A. The engineer is claiming the label is threatening to kill him. The late artist Grade a juice wrld just had some of his high school essays leaked, which cover his life in school and a history of rap. While G Money maintains a hustler’s mentality for the team, Bibby uses his eight years of experience in the music industry to stay on top of the competition. After dealing with trust issues with his former manager, and enduring a constant tug-of-war between artist and label about which single to drop, Bibby is older, wiser, and in a better position to draw up the right plays for Juice’s career. “This @chasemasta kid is working directly with grade a; [George ‘G Money’ Dickinson] and to cause distrust and chaos in the juice world community,” Max shared in a series of screenshots of phone notes.
Though Juice Wrld is deceased, his record label has contributed to releasing songs posthumously. Higgins was included on “PTSD”, the title track of G Herbo’s fourth studio album PTSD, released on February 28. “PTSD” marked the first time that Higgins and Lil Uzi Vert had collaborated on a song since “Wasted”. On March 13, a remix of the single “Suicidal”, from YNW Melly’s debut studio album Melly vs. Melvin, featuring vocals from Higgins, was released. The song reappeared on the Hot 100 and peaked at number 20 following the release of the remix. The single “No Me Ame”, a multilingual collaboration among Higgins, Jamaican record producer Rvssian, and Puerto Rican rapper Anuel AA, was released on April 17.
Led by the singles “Robbery” and “Hear Me Calling”, it debuted at number one on the theBillboard200 with 165,000 album-equivalent units. Juice WRLD’s death at age 21 last December from an accidental drug overdose left the music industry, his fan base, and his team at Grade A Productions/Interscope grappling with the shocking loss of one of hip-hop’s most influential young stars. The rapper born Jarad Higgins seemed destined for a long career — and with the sheer volume of new music he left behind, his team could have immediately jumped on prolonging it. Since 2011, George has found himself working within the Music community and supporting artists. By developing and helping manage his brother Lil Bibby at the start of his career, George was able to begin learning what it takes to navigate the music industry.
Higgins had a history of drug abuse that began at an early age, and he spoke openly about his experiences. His mother claimed that he was also dealing with anxiety and depression on top of his battle with drug addiction. Higgins had agreed to attend drug rehabilitation weeks prior to his death. In mid-2017, he received attention from artists such as Waka Flocka Flame and Southside, as well as fellow Chicago artists G Herbo and Lil Bibby. He subsequently signed with Lil Bibby’s co-owned record label, Grade A Productions.
There was nothing Jarad “Juice WRLD” Higgins enjoyed more than delivering new music to his millions of fans around the world. He left behind an astonishingly deep catalog of music that will ensure his fans will have new songs to listen to for years to come. Jarad was always searingly honest about his struggles and through his musical genius, he articulated what was on his heart and mind vividly through his art.
It’s called “Already Dead,” and it follows the announcement of his forthcoming posthumous LP Fighting Demons. The song will appear on Fighting Demons, the latest posthumous release from Juice WRLD. However, it’s apparent that the leakers will never stop, as both Legends Never Die and Fighting Demons contained a majority of previously leaked tracks.