On December 10th, which also happens to be the late rapper's birthday, Juice WRLD's posthumous album 'Fighting Demons' was released. The project was put together within the last year and Lil Bibby, a rapper and record executive who was one of the people behind this project, talked about featuring BTS's SUGA.
Lil Bibby said he wanted 'Fighting Demons' to tell a message and featuring SUGA on one of the tracks of the album just "fit the project" as SUGA is known for being a big advocate of mental health.
In his interview, he said, "And I know Bieber was going through some of the same things with drugs. So that was special for me to have Bieber talking about his issues to the kids. Then I’m like, who else bigger than Bieber could talk about this that’ll be meaningful? Then Juice did a song with Suga from BTS. Suga is really big on mental health, too, so it just fit the project."
Meanwhile, this was SUGA's second time collaborating with rapper Juice WRLD. Back in June of 2019, BTS's SUGA and RM collaborated with Juice WRLD for the 'BTS WORLD' OST "All Night".
Listen to "Girl of My Dreams" above.