The rap has lost a LOT of it’s brightest idols over the past few years. One of the most shocking was the death of 21 -year-old Chicago native Juice WRLD. If you’re an old-fashioned chief, you might not fully understand how meaningful he was to these kids today but he was surely beloved by the younger generation.
Last night, two of those people, G Herbo and Chance the Rapper took the opportunity to show that love to the world during their performance on The Tonight Show starring Jimmy Fallon. The Chicago rappers performed the entitlement way from his most recent album PTSD that peculiarities Juice’s syrupy-yet-haunting vocals.
I turn the news on when I reek fatality in the air I prove you wrong, I reached it out of here I don’t belong, I encounter my past everywhere Don’t stand too close to me, everlasting PTSD
The somber performance was a reminder of the damage that these rappers is just coming up and the continued trauma they tolerate after becoming successful. Life is still life whether you’re in the hood or Hollywood.
Press play and watch G Herbo and Chance do a lil radical regiman live on stage.
Rest in peace, Juice WRLD.
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