Juice's mom says Lil Bibby is hard at work on the album
Juice Wrld's mother Carmela Wallace shares more details about the rapper's next posthumous album, The Party Never Ends. In a recent interview with XXL, Wallace said she believes the project should arrive in 2024 as Juice's label-head Lil Bibby is working hard to put it together.
“I know that Brandon, [Lil] Bibby is putting in a lot of work to make it really good,” she explained. “I mean, he's really committed and dedicated to being proud of it, you know. He puts a lot of time and effort into what he produces, so, I know that the love is there. I know that the commitment is there and I know he wants everything to be perfect.”
She also urged fans not to leak music from the album. “So, it's coming and people should stop stealing music. I just have to throw that in there, too, because that messes up things as well. People want stuff they haven't heard, but, you know, that's an issue,” she added.
Last week, Juice's team unleashed a new track, “Lace It,” with assistance from Eminem and Benny Blanco. The record serves as the lead single for the forthcoming project, which is supposed to be Juice's last posthumous release.