Two Juice WRLD albums have returned to the Billboard 200 chart in the wake of his death. Billboard confirmed on Sunday that the rapper's 2018 debut Goodbye & Good Riddance was at No.6 while this year's Death Race for Love has climbed to No.10. Juice's collaborative mixtape with Future, WRLD on Drugs, also re-entered the chart at No. 75.
Elsewhere on the chart, Roddy Ricch went straight in at No. 1 with his debut studio album, Please Excuse Me for Being Antisocial. Close behind him were The Who (2), Camila Cabello (3), and XXXTentacion’s posthumous release Bad Vibes Forever (5).
Juice WRLD passed away on Sunday, December 8. It is reported that the 21-year-old suffered a seizure at Chicago's Midway airport, though no cause has been confirmed. Artists including Drake and The Weeknd paid tribute to him following news of his passing.