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Juice Wrld’s 2018 Breakout Hit Single, ‘Lucid Dreams,’ Reaches Top of U.S. Hip-Hop Charts for Apple Music and Spotify Following Death [VIDEO]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer

Juice Wrld passed away early Sunday morning after suffering a seizure after landing at Chicago’s Midway Airport after landing from his flight on a private jet from California. New details have emerged over the past 24 hours as his luggage contained 70 pounds of weed and three guns. The guns were owned by two members of his entourage as they were arrested. Law enforcement also says that Juice was swallowing percocets to avoid getting busted for drugs. While the drugs may have caused Juice’s death, no official cause has been ruled as the autopsy is still being completed.

The Chicago artist is known most for his 2018 breakout single, ‘Lucid Dreams.’ It achieved an enormous amount of success as it appeared on his debut studio album ‘Goodbye and Good Riddance. He now has a No.1 single as this record as soared to the top of the hip-hop singles streaming charts on both Apple Music and Spotify today. Lucid

On Spotify, the No. 2 spot also belongs to Juice’s ‘Bandit‘ record featuring NBA Youngboy. On Apple Music, the second song by Juice that comes after Lucid Dreams is the No. 3 spot which goes to the song, ‘Legends.’ Lucid Dreams has been winning since 2018 but as for Bandit and Legends, this is another case where sales increase quickly after an artist passes away.

Check out the music video for Lucid Dreams below.

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