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90
The Line of Best Fit

This posthumous release, intended to bring together everything Juice was working on before his death, is both a celebration and a standing document to the intricate mind he truly was, and it indeed does justice to a unique mind.

90
Clash

'Legends Never Die' is poetic, prophetic and poignant.

80
AllMusic

Legends Never Die is as strong a collection of Juice WRLD songs as any, with already-searing songs made more intense by the shadow of their departed creator looming over the album.

74
HipHopDX
His exact wishes for a post-death album might never be known, but this avoids feeling exploitative.
71
Pitchfork

The Chicago artist’s first posthumous release doesn’t feel like a final goodbye, but instead a continued look inside his world. It’s bleak and beautiful.

70
The Needle Drop

Legends Never Die effectively honors Juice WRLD's style and legacy.

70
Rolling Stone

The album shines brightest when Juice stops navel-gazing, when he tempers his fatalism with a sense of hope and togetherness, the yang to his depressive yin.

60
NME

Jarad Higgins was brilliant at conveying adolescent melodrama. Too bad this 21-track collection stutters and starts without him at the helm.

60
The Guardian

Barely 21, Juice WRLD was only just coming into his own as a man and artist, his talent still taking shape as he matured. Legends Never Die reveals a glum ringleader still finding himself.

Sagittarius
42

Boring not very good raps and too long. Bad album. He cant spell right its world not wrld and im from Mexico and i know that. Maybe he can make better album next time

zachthesnack
57

I mean it’s definitely better than most posthumous releases that have been coming out as of late, but Juice’s stuff wasn’t that amazing to begin with.

Still, this dude was undeniably influential and it’s sad to see anyone go so young. :/

stepbacktrey
69

First half was kinda weak but I think the second half did the trick.
Fav lyric: "Big dick too, probably won't fit in your mom"

Saddoc
90

Re-Reviewing All Of Juice WRLD's Discography: Part 4 - Legends Never Die

I remember listening to this album with my friend the second it came out. I really liked it at first and it never grew off me. If anything, it grew on me. This is where they should've stopped with posthumous releases.

Conversations - 8.5
[A strong opening track. I always like production from Scheme and Nuri. It's also pretty cool to see this put in a big movie.]

Titanic - 10
[One of my favorite released songs. Just a ... read more

myles888
82

Juice WRLD's first posthumous album feels like it's straight from Juice himself & not label manufactured, unlike many other posthumous releases.

Anxiety - Intro - N/A
Conversations - 7.6
Titanic - 8.1
Bad Energy - 7.8
Righteous - 9.2
Blood On My Jeans - 8.0
Smile (with The Weeknd) - 8.4
Tell Me U Luv Me (with Trippie Redd) - 8.5
Hate The Other Side (with Marshmello, The Kid LAROI & Polo G) - 8.6
Get Through It - Interlude - N/A
Life's A Mess (feat. Halsey) - 10
Come & Go (with ... read more

OfficialTobo
76

Stay High Juicer
Fav Track: Stay High
Worst Track: Bad Energy

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Track List

1Anxiety
1:10
Intro
63
2Conversations
3:01
78
3Titanic
2:56
71
4Bad Energy
3:06
72
5Righteous
4:02
88
6Blood On My Jeans
2:34
60
7Smile
3:16
79
8Tell Me U Luv Me
3:00
69
9Hate the Other Side
2:40
74
10Get Through It
0:20
Interlude
57
11Life's a Mess
3:22
with Halsey
77
12Come & Go
3:25
67
13I Want It
2:53
69
14Fighting Demons
3:20
68
15Wishing Well
3:14
83
16Screw Juice
2:59
64
17Up Up and Away
2:27
70
18The Man, The Myth, The Legend
2:16
Interlude
53
19Stay High
2:48
70
20Can't Die
3:02
69
21Man of the Year
2:16
70
22Juice WRLD Speaks from Heaven
0:30
Outro
57
Total Length: 58 minutes

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Added on: July 6, 2020