Rising star Juice WRLD, who sampled the likes of Sting in his music and cited the likes of Black Sabbath and Panic! At The Disco as influences, has passed away from a seizure at the age of 21, TMZ reports.
While already contemplating starting up a metal project, Panic! At The Disco’s Brendon Urie has certainly been extra busy lately. With “High Hopes” helping the popular vocalist reach even greater heights with each album cycle, what will Brendon do next?
Apparently the answer is do something even more unexpected, as in collaborate with rising star rapper Juice WRLD and producer Benny Blanco on a new song, “Roses”. Of course, this collaboration isn’t that much of a surprise, since Juice WRLD is one of the most popular emo-rappers out there, if that’s what you label this as.
Anyway, it’s worth a listen. The collaboration does mesh pretty well, and knowing that Juice WRLD is strongly influenced by Panic! At The Disco isn’t particularly surprising. Give it a listen below.