Juice Wrld’s Cause of Death Still Pending After Initial Autopsy

Вторник, 10 Дек, 2019

(CNN)Sting says that Juice WRLD's hit single "Lucid Dreams" is his all-time favorite reworking of "Shape of my Heart", following the emo rapper's death.

"I listen to it all the time, and I continue to hope that she'll perform great music, ' The Carlyle Group co-founder and co-chairman David Rubenstein tells FOX Business" Maria Bartiromo. "This was Juice Wrld as he got on the plane that took him to Chicago last night". The report states that Juice "woke up but was incoherent" following the Narcan treatment and that he was pronounced dead just an hour later after being transported by paramedics to Advocate Christ Medical Center in Oak Lawn, Ill.

The 21-year-old artist, whose real name is Jarad Anthony Higgins, took "several unknown pills" prior to his medical emergency early Sunday at Midway International Airport, law enforcement sources told TMZ.

The Grammy-winning singer was among a long list of stars who paid tribute to Juice after his death Sunday at the age of 21.

No official word will be given for the cause of death until the medical examiner conducts the autopsy.

After rising rapper Juice WRLD's shocking and sudden death on December 8, a torrent of social-media tributes flooded in from his friends, collaborators, and fans.

But the music industry was quick to capitalise on his grassroots success: Interscope signed the artist a year ago when he was 19, then gave a major-label push to Lucid Dreams, a moody breakup song built on an unlikely yet effective sample of Sting's Shape of My Heart that had already racked up millions of plays online.

Two videos have emerged which allegedly show Juice Wrld on a private plane.

"What's the 27 Club?" "They tell me I'm-a be a legend / I don't want that title now / 'Cause all the legends seem to die out / What the f*** is this about?" He launched his career on Soundcloud, before being signed to a major label and releasing his first studio album, "Goodbye & Good Riddance", in 2018. I'm Dani Golub here with Clevver News, and I'll see you next time.