Fighting Demons, Juice WRLD’s second posthumous album, will be pressed on vinyl

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It’s been a big week for fans of late Juice WRLD.

After his second posthumous album Fight the demons was completed with two new songs on Friday, it was revealed Juice’s estate would be pressing the new album to vinyl. The album, originally released on December 10, debuted at No. 2 on the Billboard 200 with help from BTS’s Eminem, Justin Bieber, Trippie Redd, Polo G and Suga.

The vinyl pressing will be shared via a limited online release and at Target stores, along with exclusive red vinyl and a full tracklist, per HipHopDX. There is also a limited edition translucent black variant available on 999 Club.

While the album was still updated last week in the form of the “Digital Deluxe Editionfeaturing the tracks “Legends” and “Rich and Blind,” as well as “Go Hard 2.0” and “Cigarettes,” Juice has yet another album on the way. The party never ends. But manager Lil Bibby may cancel the release, the post shares, if fans continue to leak unreleased Juice material before it’s complete.

“These leaks are spiraling out of control,” Bibby wrote in a DM shared by online personality DJ Akademiks. “I hope all the fans are happy, the party never ends might be canceled if all this shit leaks.”

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