Album artwork for Goodbye and Good Riddance 5th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by Juice WRLD

Goodbye and Good Riddance is the debut studio album by American rapper Juice WRLD. The album features a sole guest appearance from Lil Uzi Vert and production from Benny Blanco, Cardo, Mitch Mula, Nick Mira and Sidepce, among others. Like hearing a stranger overshare on the bus, it's impossible to ignore Juice WRLD's laments. On his major-label debut, the Chicago rapper processes a nasty breakup by plunging into the depths of his grief and regret. Much like the late Lil Peep, he uses emo and trap as primary tools, with blown-out, sing-song Auto-Tune vocals accompanied by depth-charge beats and spare guitar. He lashes out on tracks like All Girls Are the Same and Lucid Dreams (“I was tangled up in your drastic ways / Who knew evil girls have the prettiest face?") until he numbs the pain with intoxicants and dark nihilism (Candles, Hurt Me).

Juice WRLD

Goodbye and Good Riddance 5th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Interscope
Album artwork for Goodbye and Good Riddance 5th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by Juice WRLD
LP

$46.99

Released 05/19/2023Catalog Number

B003720501

Juice WRLD

Goodbye and Good Riddance 5th Anniversary Deluxe Edition

Interscope
Album artwork for Goodbye and Good Riddance 5th Anniversary Deluxe Edition by Juice WRLD
LP

$46.99

Released 05/19/2023Catalog Number

B003720501

Goodbye and Good Riddance is the debut studio album by American rapper Juice WRLD. The album features a sole guest appearance from Lil Uzi Vert and production from Benny Blanco, Cardo, Mitch Mula, Nick Mira and Sidepce, among others. Like hearing a stranger overshare on the bus, it's impossible to ignore Juice WRLD's laments. On his major-label debut, the Chicago rapper processes a nasty breakup by plunging into the depths of his grief and regret. Much like the late Lil Peep, he uses emo and trap as primary tools, with blown-out, sing-song Auto-Tune vocals accompanied by depth-charge beats and spare guitar. He lashes out on tracks like All Girls Are the Same and Lucid Dreams (“I was tangled up in your drastic ways / Who knew evil girls have the prettiest face?") until he numbs the pain with intoxicants and dark nihilism (Candles, Hurt Me).