Listen to Juice WRLD and Halsey’s New Single ‘Life’s a Mess’ From Upcoming Posthumous Album

A new Juice WRLD track called ‘Life’s a Mess’ featuring Halsey has been released, accompanying the announcement of the rapper’s first posthumous album, Legends Never Die, which is set to drop this Friday. Listen to the song below.

“Ah, sometimes life’s a mess,” the duo sing on the chorus, “I get high when I’m upset/I remember when me and love ain’t click/Looking for something real, then I found it.”

Halsey spoke of her collaboration with the late rapper in a post on Instagram. “Juice was one of the greatest people I have ever known, and one of the most brilliant artists we will ever live to witness,” she said. “A true genius who had lyric and melody spilling out of him without any second thought or hesitation. And a beautiful soul who believed in spreading love and creating a community for people to feel less alone. It means everything to me that I could be a part of this album. I cried the first time that I heard it.”

A full tracklist has not yet been revealed for the album, though the previously released posthumous tracks ‘Tell Me U Luv Me’ featuring Trippie Redd and ‘Righteous’ will both appear on Legends Never Die.

“We feel that this collection of 15 songs best represents the music Juice WRLD was in the process of creating,” a statement posted on social media reads. “The album shines a light on the collaborators that meant so much to Juice and deeply impacted his musical process. Juice dedicated his music to his fans and, now more than ever, we hope this album brings some reprieve to everyone during these unsettling times.”

Juice WRLD died at the age of 21 in December of last year following an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine. He released two albums in his lifetime, Goodbye & Good Riddance and Death Race for Love, as well as a collaboration with Future called WRLD on Drugs.

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