Interscope Records has a new artist on their team after Chicago rapper Juice Wrld inked a deal with the label. According to a report from Billboard, a rep for Interscope confirmed the deal but wouldn't reveal specific details.
But sources claim the deal is worth more than $3 million and would give Juice a joint venture with the imprint. The 19-year-old rapper has made a name for himself on Soundcloud thanks to songs like "All Girls Are the Same" and "Old Me," the former which has surpassed 5 million streams on the website.
The rapper is also featured on a song that was previewed by Madeintyo in February. Following the news of his deal, Juice Wrld hopped on Instagram to celebrate. "Y’all see how good God is 999 Till I die bitch I’m blessed to have a winning team around me too @nolimit_gmoney 2018 I’m taking over the world ??????,"
he wrote. Juice also recently released a video for his "All Girls Are the Same" track, which is directed by fellow Windy City director, Cole Bennett. The animated video plays out like an acid trip on screen as the trippy visuals feature Jucie in various odd scenarios. The video has already racked up nearly 3 million views on YouTube.Listen Live: www.jamz101fm.com