Rising hip-hop star Juice WRLD died today after suffering an apparent seizure at Chicago’s Midway airport, according to TMZ. The rapper, real name Jarad Anthony Higgins, had just arrived on a plane from California and witnesses reported him having a seizure while walking through the airport. By the time paramedics arrived on the scene he was bleeding from the mouth, per law enforcement sources. It’s reported that Higgins was still conscious when he got to the hospital, but died shortly thereafter. There has been no official cause of death listed.

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Juice WRLD arrived on the hip-hop radar in summer 2018 when his song, “Lucid Dreams”, reached number two on the charts. After that he gained additional recognition after his song “All Girls Are The Same” featured Lil Yachty on the remix. This rising popularity caught the attention of Interscope Records who signed Juice to a multi-million dollar contract. After releasing his debut studio album Goodbye & Good Riddance in May 2018, he followed up a month later with a two song EP called “Too Soon” which was released as a tribute to Lil Peep and XXXTentacion. Later that summer, Juice was also featured on Travis Scott’s guest-filled Astroworld album, where he sang the refrain on “No Bystanders.”

Juice performed at Bonnaroo this past summer in Manchester, TN, where he payed further tribute to XXXTentacion by covering his song “SAD!” during his set on June 15th.

Juice WRLD | “SAD! & Take A Step Back! (XXXTentacion Tribute) | Manchester, TN | 6/15/19

[Video: Nate C. Concerts]

Jarad Anthony Higgins turned 21 on Monday.