Trying to find love in a world that’s all too plastic, one of 2018’s breakout stars Juice WRLD is back and he brought “Roses!”
A collaboration with Panic! at the Disco‘s Brendon Urie by way of producer Benny Blanco, “Roses” feels like the spiritual successor to “Lucid Dreams.” Here, WRLD wanders through through the aftershock of heart break over Blanco’s production that offers an emotive vibrancy.
The perfect hip-hop jam to chase emo night, “Roses” may be the first in a long line of Juice-Blanco collaborations. According to Blanco, they’ve made over 50 songs together, with “Roses” being their literal first recorded and completed.