Travis Scott Is the Missing Piece Of Part 1 Of Juice WRLD’s ‘The Party Never Ends’ trilogy EP.
It seems as Travis Scott is slowing the party down as he is the missing piece in finalizing the first part of Juice WRLD’ The Party Never Ends trilogy EP.
Yesterday, Lil Bibby said via Twitter that the first part of the project is almost complete, they’re just waiting on Travis Scott.
Bibby used Twitter to ask his fans to assist him in completing the mission. The rapper, who signed Juice WRLD to his label Grade A Productions, tweeted, “First part of the album is 90% done, jus waiting on @trvisXX spam him!!”
First part of the album is 90% done, jus waiting on @trvisXX spam him!!
— Lil Bibby (@LilBibby_) July 1, 2021
This announcement came after Bibby revealed via Twitter that the EP will have three parts.
It’s 3 parts to the album
— Lil Bibby (@LilBibby_) June 30, 2021
Juice WRLD’s manager, Peter Jideonwo, recently did an interview with Twitch streamer Adin Ross, and he said that a new EP with tracks featuring Lil Uzi Vert and several other A-lists artists. “We got a EP coming out called The Party Never Ends,” Jideonwo said. “Lil Uzi Vert’s gon’ be on there, a few other big people gon’ be on there.”
Well, thanks to Lil Bibby we can add Travis Scott to that A-lists of rappers. Who knows what the delay is, but hopefully the ragers can pull through and make it possible.
The Party Never Ends Juice’s second posthumous release, following his Legends Never Die album in 2020, which debuted at the top of the Billboard charts. Details on the EP, including the tracklist and a release date, have not yet been announced.
Even though Juice is gone, his music is still alive as he has been featured in a number of new tracks. Migos’ featured him on Culture III, and he appeared on Maroon 5‘s new album Jordi. His team also recently reissued his debut album Goodbye & Good Riddance featuring a remix of “Lucid Dreams” with Lil Uzi Vert and a new solo track, “734,” in celebration of the tracklist’s third anniversary.
The team of the late rapper also recently confirmed that in addition to the posthumous album, HBO will be concurrently releasing a documentary.