Juice WRLD does what he does best on “Roses.”
Juice WRLD and Panic! At The Disco’s lead singer Brendon Urie are the key cogs on “Roses,” and together, the duo was able to create this emo pop record that has each of them opening up about finding a love that was ultimately bad for their health. Though Juice WRLD sings on this joint, his lyrics are pretty reckless, as he hurls insults at his chick and talks about his savage ways. Brandon is a lot safer with his approach, choosing to go the sappy route on his verse. All in all, I think the track is decent, and would’ve probably fit in nicely with all the other music on Goodbye & Good Riddance.
Juice WRLD’s music reminds me how sucky teenage love was.
OVERALL RATING (4/5)