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Juice WRLD’s legacy continues.

At midnight on Friday, the late rapper’s estate came through with the fifth-anniversary edition of Goodbye & Good Riddance, the late rapper’s multi-platinum debut album that included hits, like “Lucid Dreams,” “Wasted,” Lean wit Me,” and “All Girls Are the Same.” Just like the three-year anniversary version, this effort is expanded with two new tracks: “No Good” with contributions by Rvssian and Lil Bibby, as well as “Glo’d Up” co-produced by Bibby, Take a Daytrip, and Russ Chell.

“We hope the fans enjoy the new music and use it in a way to keep Juice’s legacy alive and we hope to keep doing that,” Bibby and Juice’s manager, Peter Jideonwo, told Complex. “New music coming soon.”

You can stream the Goodbye & Good Riddance 5 Year Anniversary album now on all major streaming platforms, including Apple Music and Spotify.

In honor of the project’s anniversary, the 999 Club is hosting a special pop-up event in partnership with NTWRK. The three-day immersive experience will include exclusive merchandise, collaborations, new music drops, as well as never-before-seen footage of the Juice.

“We are incredibly excited to commemorate the 5-year anniversary of Juice WRLD’s monumental album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, through this immersive pop-up experience,” Jideonwo said. “This event will bring fans closer to Juice WRLD’s artistry, allowing them to celebrate his legacy while listening to new music, exploring exclusive collaborations, and immersing themselves in his captivating world.”

The pop-up event will take place between 11 a.m. and 7 p.m., from May 19-21, at 433 N Fairfax Ave in Los Angeles, California. 

The Goodbye & Good Riddance anniversary celebration comes less than five years after Juice suffered a seizure at the Chicago’s Midway Airport. The 21-year-old Chicago rapper was immediately rushed to a nearby hospital, where he pronounced dead hours later. The Cook County Medical Examiner’s office determined Juice died of an accidental overdose of oxycodone and codeine.