Halsey has tapped rapper Juice WRLD to add a new verse to her hit, "Without Me."
The track finds Juice WRLD slotting easily into Gauzy, bleak groove of "Without Me." He matches Halsey's potent lyrics about a brutal break-up with an anxiety verse by himself culminating with lines, "I still hate it when you're not there, I know I should, but I don't care about it.
The new version of "Without Me" comes the same week as the song is set to claim number one place Billboard Hot 100. While Halsey has previously cut number one with Chainsmokers for their 2016 collaboration, "Closer", "Without Me" marks their first charts as a solo artist.
Halsey is also set to release a seven-inch vinyl single by "Without Me." The A side boasts the original version of the song, while the B side boasts Illenium Remix, which was released in November last year. Pre-orders are available now and come with immediate downloads of both tracks, as well as the Juice WRLD collaboration.
Halsey last full length album, Hopeless Fountain Kingdom, arrived in 2017. With regard to Juice WRLD, "Without Me" remix marks its first offer of the new year after a breakout 2018, where he released his debut album, Goodbye and good riddance, plus Worldwide on Drugs, a collaborative mixtape with Future.