Juice WRLD “Glo’d Up” + “No Good”

Juice WRLD "Glo'd Up" + "No Good"
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The estate of the late rapper Juice WRLD has released Goodbye & Good Riddance: 5 Year Anniversary Edition, which includes two previously unheard songs, in honour of the album’s fifth anniversary.

On the track “Glo’d Up,” Juice discusses his struggles to recover from a toxic relationship. The track was produced by Take A Daytrip, Lil Bibby, and Russ Chell.

She’s checking my phone, trying to find answers, he sings. I tell her “It’s over, it’s over” and “Glow up, grow up” and I hate it when I’m just going through the motions because I never exhibit any feelings.

Juice, meantime, performs Rvssian and Lil Bibby’s “No Good,” in which the Chicago rapper discusses issues such as his history with drug addiction and the ladies who are hooked to his money. The only reason she loves me is because she sees Versace on my sheets, since she is a “no-good, diamond-watching lady.”

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