A few weeks ago, Memphis female rapper Jucee Froot released new visuals to her single entitled “Live On.”
The usually aggressive rapper seemed to show a different side in the song “Live On” talking about her late fiancé, Calvin Wilhite, who was a Sgt. in the United States Army.
In 2015, she and Wilhite were leaving off Beale Street when armed men pulled up and a dispute ensued over one or more of the men trying to talk to her in front of her fiancé. Shots were fired killing Wilhite due to the senseless shooting. The shooting occurred near FedEx Forum and Beale Street in Downtown Memphis.
In the song “Live On,” you can clearly hear Jucee Froot still struggling to deal with the lost of her fiancé in the touching, heartfelt song.
“One day you here, then the next day you’re gone. You gotta live on… stay strong. – Jucee Froot”
This is nothing like the Memphis rapper that we’ve seen such as in the music video for her song “Psycho” where she seems to show her anger instead of this softhearted side displayed in “Live On.”
In the song “Live On” the rapper seems to be setting an example, even advocating for people to fight to ‘live on’ no matter what they have struggled with or may be struggling with today.