Eminem and Juice WRLD’s Encore: “Lace It”

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Listen to “Lace It” by Eminem, Juice WRLD, and Benny Blanco

Eminem, Benny Blanco, and the late Juice WRLD just dropped a stunner. “Lace It” follows their 2020 hit, “Godzilla.” This new release is stirring waves in the hip-hop scene, so listen to the new track below.

Back in January 2020, Eminem surprised fans with his album Music to Be Murdered By, featuring “Godzilla” – a track that stands as Juice WRLD’s first posthumous feature. Tragically, Juice WRLD, born Jarad Anthony Higgins, had passed away a month prior, leaving behind a legacy that still echoes through the industry. “Godzilla” wasn’t just any track; it soared to No. 3 on the Billboard Hot 100.

Juice WRLD’s mother, Carmela Wallace, shared her mixed emotions. She recalled her son’s admiration for Eminem, making this collaboration both a proud and poignant moment. “It’s bittersweet,” she remarked, acknowledging Juice WRLD’s untimely departure from the world.

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Post-Music to Be Murdered By, Eminem kept the momentum going. He rolled out Music to Be Murdered By – Side B (Deluxe Edition) and Curtain Call 2, alongside anniversary editions of his classic albums, The Eminem Show and The Marshall Mathers LP2.

Benny Blanco Joins the Legends

Meanwhile, Benny Blanco’s connection with Juice WRLD runs deep. Their joint tracks, like “Black & White,” “Roses,” and “Graduation,” speak volumes of their synergy. Notably, “Real Shit” came out after Juice WRLD’s passing, adding to his enduring legacy.

Juice WRLD’s influence didn’t stop there. 2021 saw the release of his posthumous album Fighting Demons, and earlier this year, his debut studio album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, got a special anniversary edition. It’s clear that Juice WRLD’s spirit continues to inspire and captivate fans and artists alike.

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