Maryland rapper Cordae paid tribute to the late Juice Wrld at the Governors Ball music festival, performing his hit song, “Lucid Dreams,” before the packed crowd.
Cordae Pays His Respect
Cordae delivered a thrilling performance of “Lucid Dreams” in front of a crowd of 50,000 people during his Governor’s Ball set in New York City.
Before performing, Cordae took a moment of silence and said, “This is for my brother,” before launching into the emotional tribute. As soon as the song played, everyone in the crowd immediately jumped and joined in.
JuiceWrld (Jarad Anthony Higgins) died over a year ago on December 8, 2019, as the result of a drug overdose. He was just 21 years old.
Cordae Swarmed at HBCU
Cordae stopped by Howard University on his tour stop and was swarmed by hundreds of students. As he walked through the quad, students crowded around him taking pictures and videos while Cordae blended in and seemed to enjoy hanging with the students.
“Randomly pulled up at Howard today. REAL love in REAL life thank y’all.”