How many Juice WRLD songs made it to billboard charts?

JUICE WRLD was a rapper, singer, and song writer who rose to fame via SoundCloud rap.

Juice WRLD whose real name is Jarad Anthony Higgins was 21-years-old when he died.

How many Juice WRLD songs made it to billboard charts?

The late rapper had a brief career before his passing in 2019, however he still made it to the billboard charts.

According to their website two of his songs made it to the the billboard charts.

In 2019 the song Hate Me by Ellie Goulding and Juice WRLD was on the billboard charts for 12 weeks.

In 2020, the song Come & Go with Juice WRLD and Marshmello also stayed on the charts for 12 weeks.

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Come & Go landed as No. 1 in Alternative Digital Song Sales on billboard for one week in July 2020.

Under the category Alternative Streaming Songs both Come & Go and Juice WRLD's solo song Man of The Year made it on the Top 10 Hits list on billboard.

Come & Go maintained its peak position for 3 weeks the website states.

What is Juice WRLD's latest billboard hit?

Years after his passing Juice WRLD is continuing to make songs that hit the billboard charts.

As of December 21, 2021 billboard announced that the collaboration between Juice WRLD and BTS' Suga song “Girl Of My Dreams” officially debuted at No. 1 on its Digital Song Sales chart.

This marks an accomplishment for the two as this is the first time either artist has ever had the bestselling song in the United States.

Suga’s song “Daechwita,” released under his Agust D moniker, peaked in second place in 2020.

What happened to Juice WRLD?

Juice WRLD died on December 8, 2019 after suffering a fatal seizure.

He suffered the seizure at Chicago's Midway Airport, after getting off a flight from Chicago.

He was bleeding from the mouth when medics arrived, according to TMZ.

Initial tests were inconclusive but it was later revealed that the rapper had toxic levels of oxycodone and codeine in his system when he suffered the seizure.

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