[REVIEW] Goodbye and Good Riddance — Juice WRLD Releases Depression Bangers

Emo Black Post Malone immediately creates a quality tape after signing on with Interscope.

Sultan Khan
May 24, 2018 · 2 min read

Juice has been creating music for more than two years. He’s had a couple hundred thousand plays on Soundcloud before coming on to Youtube. The Cole Bennet music video blew up his single Lucid Dreams. This helped Juice land a deal with Interscope, and immediately release Goodbye and Good Riddance.

Juice is really looking out for the sadbois in this tape. Shoutout to the gal who broke this mans heart. For those of you who are single, I suggest starting a relationship and immediately ending it later today. It will enhance the listening experience.

Great songs are Im Still, Candles, and Scared of Love- which samples So High from Wiz Khalifa. For some reason the sound quality of the track All Girls Are The Same sounds like with was exported with a potato. Most of the tracks are repetitive, but Juice keeps the hooks varied enough for us to not get tired of.

Juice has catchy hooks like Lil Uzi, and a more polished Lil Peep sound without the punk rock influence. The mixture of depression lyrics, drug glorification, and atmospheric beats makes Goodbye & Good Riddance a great addition to the Emo Rap genre.

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