Juice WRLD has been keeping busy. Short of being the hardest working young up-and-comer in the game, it seems as if his output is doubling exponentially with every passing day. Today, the young singer has come through with yet another melodic cut, this time stemming from the Spider-Man: Into The Spider-Verse soundtrack. Given the film's family-friendly nature, Juice has forsaken his WRLD On Drugs persona in favor of the Casanova-type, penning a melancholic love letter that might find itself beneath many-an-IG-caption in the coming days.
Over a reflective guitar progression, Juice allows himself room to reflect, his vocals sitting squarely in their comfort zone. The "emo" inspirations can occasionally prove overbearing, though Juice keeps things restrained on this go-around, much to the song's benefit; his message still comes across, but it feels all the more sincere. Seezyn keeps up with Juice's pace, adding a second voice to the mix while helping to round out the vibe.
Be sure to check this one out on Intro The Spider-Verse, which you can stream right here.
There's love at my front door, short notice
She not like the sane girls, I noticed
Think I met my soulmate, yeah, I know it
When it gets dark outside, in you I confide
You help me face my demons, I won't hide, hide