EDM star Marshmello recently revealed on social media that hit single “Come & Go” isn’t the only collaboration he did with late Juice WRLD. As a matter of fact, the duo did “8 or 9” more tracks before the unfortunate death of the Chicago rapper in December.
After hearing “Come & Go,” one fan recently decided to go on Twitter and direct a tweet to Marshmello, writing: “There had to be more unreleased @marshmellomusic x @JuiceWorlddd music. For the culture please drop.”
Surprisingly, Marshmello was quick to respond, writing that he has “8 or 9 songs left” with Juice WRLD in his vault.
According to reports, Marshmello and Juice WRLD recorded “Come & Go” back in late 2018. The rest of the songs were probably made during this or several other recording sessions that the pair took part in.
Speaking of Juice WRLD, Marshmello said that the rapper was “one of the most talented people I have ever met” and that they were “constantly on the same page when it came to music.”
“Come & Go” was released in July, serving as the fourth single for Juice WRLD’s first posthumous album Legends Never Die. The song made it to No.2 on the US Billboard Hot 100 while topping several other charts and making it to the top 10 in the UK, Sweden, Canada, and Australia.