“Screw Juice” by Juice WRLD

The word screw, as present in the title of this song, is meant to point to the colloquial expression of the term being used as a curse word. So another way of reading the title is as ‘f*** Juice’. However, the rapper is not cursing himself. Rather, as detailed in the first verse, such is rather how the dudes whose girlfriends are attracted to WRLD refer to him. And yes, his romantic interactions are perhaps the main subtheme of this song. But the rapper also deals with depression and presents himself as someone who resorts to the gat to settle disputes. Moreover, the chorus includes what can be interpreted as a self-help message for listeners. There, he basically encourages the listeners not to give up in the midst of challenges, for victory can be their’s.

“Made it this far
If I can, then you can too”

“Screw Juice” was produced by Nick Mira, who is also credited as a co-writer alongside WRLD. Mira also co-wrote and produced WRLD’s biggest hit “Lucid Dreams“. Aside his collaboration with WRLD, Mira also made a name for himself with his collaborations with the late XXXTentacion.

This song is from Juice’s first posthumous album, “Legends Never Die”, which came out in July of 2020. And the labels that put it out are Grade A alongside Interscope Records.

1 Response

  1. Paige says:

    Screw juice is sprite and codeine. It also is used in the curse word way too.

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