Marshmello to Release ‘Bye Bye’ With Juice WRLD

Marshmello is set to release his collaborative track with Juice WRLD titled ‘Bye Bye’ on Friday, October 14. The American DJ shared the upcoming single’s artwork on social media and wrote “Friday” on the post. 

Before Juice WRLD’s death, Marshmello and Jarad Anthony Higgins AKA Juice WRLD worked on 8 to 9 songs together, and one of them is the posthumous track ‘Bye Bye’.

“My main thing is I’m keeping it the same way it was when he was alive,” Marshmello said. “I’m not changing it I’m not remixing it adding stuff I’m keeping it that way,” the ‘Silence’ hitmaker added. “What we both agreed on in the studio is what will come out. He’s probably one of the most talented people I have ever met.”  

The American electronic music producer Marshmello has worked with Juice WRLD on ‘Come & Go’ and ‘Hate The Other Side’. His latest release is ‘Numb’ with Khalid, and his last album ‘Shockwave’ featuring collaborations from British DJ TroyBoi, Megan Thee Stallion, and dubstep DJ Subtronics came in 2021. ‘Shockwave’ also received a Grammy nomination for best dance/ electronic music album.

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Marshmello has collaborated with the likes of the Jonas Brothers (‘Leave Before You Love Me’), Selena Gomez (‘Wolves’), Anne-Marie (‘FRIENDS’), and CHVRCHES (‘Here With Me’), among others. This year, he has performed at Ultra Korea, Rock in Rio, BBF Barcelona Beach Festival, and even teamed up with Coca-Cola for limited edition watermelon strawberry flavored Coca-Cola.

Juice WRLD

Juice WRLD passed away in 2019. His albums – ‘Legends Never Die’, ‘Goodbye & Good Riddance’, and ‘Fighting Demons’ – were rolled out after his death. Artists who have featured on the rapper’s songs include The Weeknd, Justin Bieber, Halsey, and Ellie Goulding, among others.

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