There's a lot to be happy about for the Chicago-area teenager. He inked a deal with Interscope in March and his first two singles "All Girls Are The Same" and "Lucid Dreams" just entered the Billboard Hot 100 chart this week. As he explained to Lowe, though, he's more focused on the music than the success. "It's all out of love, just trying to make music to help people through their situations and to tell them about some of my own," he says.
After spending his early years focusing on rapping and freestyling, Juice WRLD discovered a more emotional, melodic style that's been resonating with listeners in a big way. As he puts it, "One day I think I just noticed that my voice wasn't half bad." His new 16-song project, Goodbye & Good Riddance, gives him a chance to dive further into this sound as he handles all the vocals himself without any features.