The Chicago-born musician, who rapped about drug abuse, died of an accidental overdose last December. He was According to an autopsy, Higgins went into convulsions while police searched a private jet that had been carrying the hip-hop star for drugs and guns. The painkillers he had taken contained opioids and had been been linked to an opioid crisis in the US. Legends Never Die was drawn from the more than 2, songs he had reportedly recorded before his death, and features guest appearances from stars like Halsey, Polo G and Trippie Read. Rolling Stone magazine said it showcased the star's "gift for melody and lucid freestyles", although the NME decided "it does little to serve his legacy justice". The first new music from Mike Skinner in nine years, it was also the week's biggest-selling record on vinyl.
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The rapper - whose real name is Jarad A. Higgins - died in December at the age of 21 after having a seizure. The Cook County Medical Examiner's Office says: "Higgins died as a result of oxycodone and codeine toxicity," and "the manner of death is accident. These drugs are used to treat severe pain and contain opioids - they've been linked to an opioid crisis in the US. Juice WRLD suffered a seizure during a police search of his private jet when it landed in at Chicago airport and later died in hospital. Officers said at the time they found guns and drugs on his jet after receiving information that banned substances might be onboard. Higgins died as a result of oxycodone and codeine toxicity.
His song " Lucid Dreams " has been played on music streaming platform Spotify over one billion times. The album enjoyed positive critical reception, and contained three other singles: " Lean wit Me ", " Wasted ", and " Armed and Dangerous ", all of which charted on the Billboard Hot After collaborating with Future on the mixtape Wrld on Drugs , Higgins released his second studio album Death Race for Love , which reached number one on the Billboard It contains the singles " Robbery " and " Hear Me Calling ". Higgins died eight months later following a drug-related seizure at Chicago's Midway International Airport. His death prompted an outpouring of grief across social media and from the music industry. His first posthumous album, Legends Never Die , debuted at number one on the Billboard