Juice WRLD ‘Fire in the Booth’ freestyle released following his death

A previously unheard freestyle by Juice WRLDhas been released following the death of the Chicago rapper – watch the clip below.

The 21-year-old died earlier this month following a “medical emergency” at a Chicago airport.

Officials said they rushed to Midway Airport around 2am on December 8. Shortly thereafter they transported the ‘Death Race For Love’ rapper to Advocate Christ Medical Center where he passed away.

Juice WRLD shot to fame after his track ‘Lucid Dreams’ reached number 2 in the US and after a collaboration with Travis Scott on his ‘AstroWorld’ album, ‘No Bystanders’.

Charlie Sloth has now shared a previously unreleased clip that captures the late rapper freestyling for over 10 minutes for the Beats 1 DJ’s long-running Fire in the Boothseries.

Before the clip starts a message reads: “This was recorded in February 2019 in L.A. With the sad passing of Juice WRLD, we wanted to share this with his fans. We believe Juice WRLD’s Fire in the Booth was one of the greatest freestyles ever.”



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