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Juice WRLD Has 2,000 More Unreleased Songs Following 'Fighting Demons' Release

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Juice WRLD's estate just released 'Fighting Demons,' his second album since he passed two years ago, but there's reportedly still an insane amount of unheard music in the vault.

Lil Bibby, co-founder of Juice's label Grade A Productions, offered Complex details on Juice's hidden catalog.

"Juice has over 2,000 songs, but maybe about 700 of them already leaked," Bibby said. Of those 2,000, over 20 include Young Thug, as the two were working on a joint tape before Juice passed.

Thug once remembered how Juice recorded six separate verses for their 2019 track "Mannequin Challenge" during an interview with Big Boy. "He did a verse [then] he like, 'Mute it real fast, let me try one more.' He did it six times."

"Bad Boy" is their most recent track, released a year ago.

When asked whether there are plans for any other future Juice projects, Bibby revealed, "I want to put out a project maybe sometime next year that shows the happier side, or the side where Juice has more energy, because this album is a bunch of songs that get you in your feelings."

During the special "Juice WRLD Day" tribute event at the United Center in Chicago to celebrate 'Fighting Demons' and Juice's legacy, Trippie Redd poured out a pint of codeine on stage to send a message about drugs and addiction to all those watching.

Juice was his close friend, and they've dropped 6 songs together since 2018, including "Feline" on 'Fighting Demons.'

"Being around [Juice] and seeing him record, he really inspired me," Trippie said in a separate clip, which you can watch below. "To see even that he looked at me like inspiration really made me think, like, 'Damn, we some GOATS.' Like, on some brother s**t we could take this s**t over."

Other notable guests who pulled up to Juice WRLD Day included Cole Bennett, Ski Mask The Slump God, Lucki and more. In the below tribute video courtesy of Montreality, Lil Durk discussed how Juice pushed him to go harder in the studio.

'Fighting Demons' is now available to stream along with an outstanding HBO documentary titled 'Juice WRLD: Into the Abyss.'