Juice WRLD & Eminem Reflect on Addiction in Haunting New Track ‘Lace It’

Juice WRLD‘s legacy continues to reverberate through powerful music like his new posthumous collaboration with Eminem, “Lace It.” Produced by Benny Blanco, the song offers a heartfelt and reflective exploration of the shadows and struggles surrounding substance abuse, a theme both artists have navigated in their own narratives.

Juice’s introspective rhymes blend seamlessly with Eminem’s fierce flow, creating a raw, unfiltered portrayal of addiction’s grip.

Eminem‘s verse carries the weight of experience, acknowledging his own struggles and narrow escapes. He pays homage to fallen artists like Lil Peep, Ol’ Dirty Bastard, Shock G, Pimp C, and Michael Jackson, weaving their names into a somber roll call. He directly addresses Juice WRLD, whose real name was Jarad Higgins, in a heartfelt line: “Juice, we’ll forever hold you close / To the younger generation, not preachin’ just sayin’ be cautious, friend, when you…”

“Lace It” marks their second collaboration since the chart-topping “Godzilla” in 2020. The song serves as the first single from Juice’s upcoming final album, The Party Never Ends, dropping sometime next year. 


Listen to the track below.

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