Juice WRLD‘s final posthumous album is on its way, according to the late rapper’s longtime friend and label head Lil Bibby.

Taking to Instagram on Saturday (February 4) to share a video of the late rapper wildin’ out in the studio, Bibby told fans he wanted the upcoming album — the follow-up to 2021’s Fighting Demons — “to feel like a celebration,” as he wants to move past mourning Juice.

“The Last Juice WRLD Album is in the works,” Bibby wrote. “We want this album to feel like a Celebration/Party! Let’s celebrate the life of Juice [pray hands, balloon and dove emojis]. “No more mourning, I want everyone that Juice loved while he was here to help celebrate, especially his fans who he loved!”

He continued: “You guys have been the best fans an artist can have (Minus the death threats to Bibby) [laughing, pray hands and heart emojis]. I’m not gonna complain but i’ll jus say this is not easy. We miss you, We love you 999 til the world ends [juice box and world emojis].

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While friends and fans flooded Lil Bibby’s comments, the Chicago rapper and record executive added that there will be some leaks ahead of the new album because “u guys seem to like them better than the unheard stuff sometimes.”

Fighting Demons debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 when it dropped on the late rapper’s birthday in December 2021, and moved 119,000 album equivalent units in its first week.

The late rapper (real name Jarad Higgins) has four albums to his name. In addition to Fighting Demons, his first posthumous release was 2020’s Legends Never Die, which debuted atop the US Billboard 200 selling 497,000 album-equivalent units in its first week.

Juice WRLD, who passed away from fatal seizures triggered by an accidental drug overdose on December 8, 2019, released only two albums while he was alive: Goodbye & Good Riddance (2018) and Death Race for Love (2019).

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His music continues to make waves, with the “Lucid Dreams” rapper becoming the first artist to have four albums sell over 500,000 units each in 2022.

In other Juice WRLD news, the rapper’s estate has reportedly sold off the majority of his catalog in a nine-figure deal quietly negotiated in the early months of 2022.

According to Billboard, independent record label and music publisher Opus Music Group now owns 90 percent of the late Chicago rapper’s publishing and the rights to 90 percent of the income derived from his master recordings.

The rapper’s label partners, Interscope Records and Lil Bibby‘s Grade A Productions, retained ownership of Juice WRLD’s masters.