Juice WRLD’s second posthumous record Fighting Demons was not only updated with two new tracks on Friday (March 18), but the late rapper’s team also announced the project is getting the vinyl treatment.
All original tracks fromFighting Demons will be included on the vinyl, which will drop during a limited release online and instore, with Target shoppers being able to cop an exclusive red vinyl.
The second posthumous record from the Chicago rapper was updated in February with two new songs called “Go Hard 2.0” and “Cigarettes,” both of which received the visual treatment. The new “Digital Deluxe Edition” of Fighting Demons now includes those two tracks as well as the previously released singles “Legends” and “Rich and Blind.”
Fighting Demons dropped on December 10, nearly two years after the “Lucid Dreams” rapper passed away from a seizure triggered by an accidental overdose. The project debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 and featured appearances from Eminem, Justin Bieber, Trippie Redd, Polo G and Suga from BTS.
While the album got a revamp on Friday, Juice WRLD’s estate is already gearing up to release another posthumous record titled The Party Never Ends. However, Juice’s manager Lil Bibby said this week he might cancel the album release altogether if hackers and fans don’t stop leaking unreleased Juice tracks online.
“These leaks is getting out of hand,” the rapper-turned-executive wrote in the DM shared by Akademiks. “I Hope all the fans are happy, the party never ends might be canceled if all this shit leaks.”
Revisit Juice WRLD’s latest music video for “Cigarettes” below.