It looks as if Lil Pump is not the only rapper on the rise that is signing new deals. From the looks of it, Chicago-based Juice WRLD has signed a $3 million deal with Interscope Records. The Chicago talent is on a remarkable come-up, gaining heavy traction with his songs "All Girls Are The Same," "Lucid Dreams," and "Sticks & Stones." Juice WRLD has been compared to Post Malone in the past, due to the similarities in their voices and musical styles and, while being in somebody's shadow is never a great way to begin your career, Juice's music has a pronounced maturity that sets him apart from his contemporaries.

Having recently released the Cole Bennett-directed video for "All Girls Are The Same," the Lyrical Lemonade co-sign has gathered him further attention, growing his name to where he can confidently claim to be "next up." Juice continues new school hip-hop's obsession with emo content, showing off a savvy for melody and catchiness. 

With the new deal, Juice WRLD is undergoing a joint venture with Interscope as he continues to grow in the rap world, becoming more established among the core communities. Keep an eye on him as he proceeds to grow since, with this announcement, things are really starting to look up for him.

[via Billboard]