It's the Saturday after Thanksgiving, and it has been an agonizing three hours since the doors opened. This poor DJ is trying his hardest to distract hundreds of fans—none of whom appear to be over the age of 22—from the glaring absence of Juice WRLD, the year's newly minted hip-hop superstar. They've come to see their digital hero in the flesh, but excitement has curdled into restlessness, and after restlessness comes agitation. So many Juuls have died that some fans have resorted to lighting up real cigarettes inside the venue. He's gone from commanding hype man to irritable babysitter in moments. We want Juice!
Then was released in November In response, Lopez and Epic Records pushed forward the album's release date to November Unlike her previous studio albums: On the 6 and J. Lo , Lopez had a more "hands-on" role on This Is Me Musically, majority of the songs on This Is Me