Juice Wrld's music floods the charts after the news of his death

Juice Wrld’s music is flooding the charts after his death (Image: Scott Dudelson / Getty Images)

Juice Wrld’s music has been flooding the charts since the news of the rapper’s death broke out.

The American artist, who has worked with people like Nicki Minaj and Travis Scott, died Sunday morning after an attack at the Chicago airport.

Juice, who was only 21, had arrived in Chicago from California and is said to have suffered the attack while walking through the airport terminal, according to TMZ.

His cause of death has not yet been revealed, but it has been reported that the rapper allegedly took “several pills” during his flight to Chicago.

Juice, whose real name is Jarad Anthony Higgins, had just celebrated his historic birthday on December 2 and had boasted of a week’s plans to celebrate on social media.

The tributes were flooded for Juice after the news of his death and now fans are paying tribute to the star by sending their music directly to the lists.

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TMZ reports that several of Juice’s tracks and albums have won first place on Amazon, Apple and Spotify.

In the Top 100 of Apple Music: USA, Juice ranks first with her song Lucid Dreams.

His song Bandit with Young Boy is at number two, while All Girls Are The Same, Legends and Robbery sit respectively at numbers five, six and seven.

Meanwhile, on Spotify, Juice tracks make up the top five songs in the Top 200 of the US list.

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Juice Wrld rose to fame in 2018 with her hit song Lucid Dreams, which reached number two on the US Billboard Hot 100 list. UU.

His song All Girls Are The Same, was remixed by Lil Uzi Vert and caught the attention of Interscope Records, who then signed it with a multi-million dollar contract.

Juice also appeared on Travis Scott’s album, Astroworld, singing the No Bystanders hook.

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His debut album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, reached number four on the Billboard 200 list, but it was his second album, Death Race For Love, which earned him his first number one on the list.

He collaborated with a variety of artists, including Future and Ellie Goulding, who have paid tribute to the rapper with an emotional publication alongside Chance The Rapper and Tana Mongeau.


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