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Juice Wrld Drops Melancholic New Track 'Run': Listen

Juice WRLD
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Juice WRLD performs during the 2019 Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on June 15, 2019 in Manchester, Tenn.

Juice Wrld dropped off his first track since March's Death Race for Love on Saturday (July 6) with "Run." The effort, which isn't on streaming services just yet, finds the Chicago native grappling with his soul's inner-demons. 

"Money is happiness, cap/ Bitches got faithfulness, cap/ And drugs only make it worse, cap/ I take a perc, then I take me a nap/ Take a sip of the syrup so I could go relax/ Bitch, I'm ready for war when the demons attack," he croons.

The melodic tune also features a sample from the late XXXTentacion's unofficially released "Angel," which could explain the track's streaming holdup. With Juice known to record at a vociferous pace and flood the marketplace, it would come as no surprise if the 20-year-old decided to return with another project before 2019's out.