Goodbye & Good Riddance

Juice WRLD - Goodbye & Good Riddance
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Based on 4 reviews
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Based on 361 ratings
2018 Ratings: #990
May 23, 2018 / Release Date
LP / Format
Grade A, Interscope / Label
Trap Rap, Pop Rap / Genres
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Juice WRLD’s emo-rap debut is an adolescent breakup record that is equal parts endearing and grating.


Throughout Goodbye & Good Riddance ... Juice WRLD pilots the listener on a trip down memory lane, stopping at all of his hurtful breakups. And he’s not sober in the slightest.

The Needle Drop

Juice WRLD's brand of emo-infused trap can be great in small doses, but has amounted to a spotty full-length debut.


So... hearing about the passing of Juice, I just really felt a weird craving for more of his music, probably because I'm dissapointed in myself for never giving him a real chance, because there's always been some attribute to his music that I've always found charming.

It's a peculiar discovery, because this year's "DEATH RACE FOR LOVE" is an album I've expected to despise due to most of my own fellow AOTY users being revolted by it, sort of just brushing it off as being ... read more
The lyrics sound like something an emo 13 year old would write and i can already tell this guy isn't going to be around a while...
While Juice WRLD brings some of his best to the table on this project, he still suffers from putting some filler in the project. Some of the songs are forgotten almost instantly after they are listened to. His lyric game is not the best at all and he suffers from many cheesy and corny lyrics throughout the project. The goods on the project are great though with Black & White and Lean Wit Me being some of Juice WRLD's most replayable and enjoyable singles ever. Overall a mixed project.

BEST ... read more
Life is so fleeting my friends. If you haven't heard, Juice WRLD passed away today. 21 years old... It should be concerning we lose so many of these rappers at such a young age. In fact, most of these rappers that pass so young frequently rap about death, pain, sadness, and a drugged out lifestyle to cope with their mental issues. Yet, we don't hear them. We just want to put on some bangers. We want to hear more music, man! Not that there's much we can do. The people in their lives should no ... read more
fake ass post malone.
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Added on: May 23, 2018