His smash single, “Lucid Dreams,” and album, “Goodbye & Good Riddance,” took him to the top of the charts. He was collaborating with A-list artists and on his way to super-stardom. But all of the Juice WRLD’s potential was shattered with his death. Friends and fans have been paying tribute to 21-year-old, born Jarad Anthony Higgins. InsideEdition.com’s Stephanie Officer speaks to Billboard’s Hip Hop Editor, Carl Lamarre, about the legacy Higgins will leave on music and in his native, Chicago.