Rapper Juice WRLD freestyles for over an hour

Christopher Hooton
Saturday 30 June 2018 10:51
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If you're in need of proof that freestyles can come straight from the dome and not involve writing and memorising beforehand, look no further than Juice WRLD, who would never have been able to remember all the bars he spit on Tim Westwood's Capital Xtra show this week.

"Right now we're about to go in so legendary, we're going to shut the city down baby," Westwood said at the start. "Let's set the tone, Juice World, let's go."

Juice introduced: "Y'all be saying freestyles but be spittin' writtens and shit - that's BS," before dropping straight into a verse that finished over an hour later.

That the bars managed to even make sense over that period of time is pretty astonishing, and it's quite exhausting just watching Juice go, in a state of continual creation.

Juice WRLD's debut album, Goodbye & Good Riddance, peaked at number 6 in the US Billboard 200 chart earlier this year, the single 'Lucid Dreams' drawing over 35 million views on YouTube.

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