The late rapper/singer reached the Billboard Hot 100 25 times in under two years, led by the No. 2-peaking "Lucid Dreams."
Despite a relatively short career on the international stage, Juice WRLD had quite a prolific time span on the Billboard Hot 100.
After initially debuting two songs, “All Girls are the Same” and “Lucid Dreams,” on the Hot 100 dated May 26, 2018, the 21-year-old Chicago rapper/singer, who died Sunday (Dec. 8), notched 25 total appearances on the chart both as a lead and featured artist. In fact, on the Dec. 7 tally prior to his death, he was included on three different songs on the 100-position ranking, two as a lead artist.
Nothing could quite top the breakthrough hit, though. After “All Girls Are the Same” and “Lucid Dreams” debuted at Nos. 92 and 74 on the May 26, 2018, survey, respectively, it was the latter that became Juice WRLD’s first bona fide success, moving into the top 40 a week later. Its rise was swift, assisted by its catchy melody and a familiarity for an older demographic due to a sample of Sting’s 1993 song “Shape of My Heart.”