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Jarad Anthony Higgins (December 2, 1998 – December 8, 2019), popularly known as Juice WRLD and originally JuiceTheKidd, was an American rapper from Calumet Park, Illinois, a suburb of Chicago. Juice was first signed to Internet Money Records then subsequently signed to Interscope in March 2018. His main and closest producers were Nick Mira and SIDEPCE (who is now known as DT).
In an interview with Mass Appeal, Juice WRLD explained how he came up with his stage name:
I had the haircut, like the ‘Juice’ cut Tupac had in the movie.
In an interview with BigBoyTV, Juice furthered:
Part of the reason why I kept ‘Juice’ in my name wasn’t only for Tupac. It was for three rappers, actually: Tupac, Soulja Boy had an old mixtape called Juice, and MC Juice.
He expanded on the shortening of “world“ to “WRLD“ later in the BigBoyTV interview as well, stating:
That was like a social media handle, and they wouldn’t let me spell the “world“ right. Eventually, it kinda got some meaning behind it. I was just thinking about it one day, and I kinda just said, “my music is kind of an illustration of what my world is and what goes on in my world.“
The rapper first gained major popularity from his December 2017 track “All Girls Are The Same,” which garnered even more recognition when popular Lyrical Lemonade video director Cole Bennett made a music video for it. Juice is often compared to Post Malone for his similar sounding voice and style.
Juice had stated within an interview with No Jumper that his favorite artist is Chief Keef and his favorite album is Kanye West’s November 2008 hit, 808s & Heartbreak.
Juice’s debut studio album, Goodbye & Good Riddance was released in May 2018, featuring productions from Mira, benny blanco, Cashmere Cat, Cardo, Taz Taylor along with other prestigious producers. The album was supported by five singles, garnering his biggest Billboard Hot 100 hit “Lucid Dreams,” which slowly climbed the charts and peaked at #2 on the charts. Additionally, four other tracks off the album – namely “Lean wit Me,” “Wasted” featuring Lil Uzi Vert, “Armed and Dangerous,” and “All Girls Are the Same“ – peaked at #68, #67, #44, and #41, respectively.