Chicago rapper ‘Juice Wrld’ once described the very gloomy, somber feeling of watching our favorite musicians and rock legends die in his fan-favorite single, “Legends.”

But the 21-year-old teen rapper’s lyrics have extra meaning today, as the rap and hip-hip community lost their own legend late Sunday morning–Juice Wrld himself, according to a report by the Cook County Medical Examiner’s office.

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Late Sunday morning, Juice Wrld’s himself was announced to be dead immediately following a seizure in Chicago Midland’s Airport, Sunday morning. “Juice Wrld,” whose real name was Jarad Anthony Higgins, 21, suffered the seizure while walking through the airport after deplaning from his California flight. As of the date of this piece, the cause of death is unknown.

The fan-favorite single, “Legends” shared the very realistic question of how one feels watching his and her favorite musicians pass from one world to the next:

I usually don’t speak on shit like this, but
Ain’t nobody else saying shit
Daytrip took it to ten

I usually have an answer to the question
But this time I’m gon’ be quiet (this time)
Ain’t nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence
This time, it was so unexpected
Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing
All legends fall in the making
Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth

What’s the 27 Club?
We ain’t making it past 21
I been going through paranoia
So I always gotta keep a gun
Damn, that’s the world we live in now
Yeah, hold on, just hear me out
They tell me I’ma be a legend
I don’t want that title now
‘Cause all the legends seem to die out
What the fuck is this ’bout?

I’m tryna make it out
I’m tryna change the world
I’m tryna take her out
I’m tryna take your girl
More importantly, I’m tryna change the world
Maybe flex with some diamonds and pearls, yeah

I usually have an answer to the question
But this time I’m gon’ be quiet (this time)
Ain’t nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence
This time, it was so unexpected
Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing
All legends fall in the making
Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth

My mind is foggy, I’m so confused
We keep on losing our legends to
The cruel cold world, what is it coming to?
The end of the world, is it coming soon?

Yeah, ooh, ooh, oh
That hit’s for youI usually have an answer to the question
But this time I’m gon’ be quiet (this time)
Ain’t nothing like the feeling of uncertainty, the eeriness of silence
This time, it was so unexpected
Last time, it was the drugs he was lacing
All legends fall in the making
Sorry truth, dying young, demon youth

Daytrip took it to ten.

Juice Wrld, “Legends”
The “Juice” Was Worth the Squeeze
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Well now, it’s the music community’s turn to share their support and prayers to their legend, Juice Wrld. Fellow artists and Juice Wrld fans took to social media on Sunday, expressing their sentiment and prayers towards the late rapper, including Lil Yachty, Ellie Goulding, Isis King, and Twitch gamer, Ninja.

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😢😔 bye brother, love u dawg.. rip

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His most recent work was featured on the “Spiderman: Into the Spiderverse” movie soundtrack and BTS’ mobile game soundtrack, “BTS: World.”

Earlier this year, Higgins made No. 1 on the Billboard 200 albums chart with his studio album “Death Race for Love.” The Chicago-based rapper grew up in the Calumet Park neighborhood of Cook County, where he picked up a taste for various instruments, including piano and guitar. In high school, he turned to freestyle rap.