Future And Juice Wrld To Release Joint Project ‘WRLD On Drugs’

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Future and Juice WRLD took to social media early Wednesday morning (Oct. 17) to announce their upcoming joint project WRLD On Drugs. 

Uploading identical Instagram posts down to the caption, the two revealed what seems to be a working tracklist for the upcoming emo trap record. “Pluto x Juice #WRLDONDRUGS” the rappers wrote under a photo of a glowing dry erase board.

According to the photo, the project is set to feature approximately 16 tracks, including the recently released collaboration track, “Fine China” and title track “World on Drugs.”

A clear indication of well-thought-out work, the board also reveals an illegible throw-away track as well as a few indications of what inspired the project, including addiction, money as a drug, and some sort of social influence.

 

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Released on Wednesday (Oct. 15), the single teased a full-length collaboration between the two artists right under our nose. “Take yo time shorty 🌎 @future we on a whole never level W.O.D” the young rapper wrote on IG in light of the new drop.

 

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Take yo time shorty 🌎 @future we on a whole never level W.O.D

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As told by the FREEBANDZ rapper, a majority of the tape was done in a single studio session and will be ready to drop sometime later this week. Check out the full track list below.

TRACKLIST

  1. Jet Lag
  2. Astronauts
  3. Fine China
  4. Red Bentley
  5. Make It Back
  6. Oxy
  7. 7 am
  8. Different
  9. Shorty
  10. Realer N Realer
  11. No Issues
  12. World on Drugs
  13. Afterlife
  14. Ain’t Livin’ Right
  15. Transformer
  16. [Hard] Work Pays Off

Currently available on all major streaming platforms, fans can stream “Fine China” below while we wait for the tape to drop.

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