XXXTentacion’s Final Posthumous Album Gets Release Date
XXXTentacion’s fans will soon get their hands on Bad Vibes Forever. The final posthumous album from the slain rapper is slated to drop on Dec. 6, his estate announced Thursday (Nov. 21).
The estate released minute-long album teaser on YouTube featuring tributes from Trippie, Billie Eilish and Craig Xen. “He really changed an impact my life on a whole bigger scale than anyone will ever know,” said Trippie. The albums' title track was also released on Thursday.
XXXTentacion’s mother, Cleopatra Bernard, executive produced the album, which will reportedly feature 25 songs. Tory Lanez, Mavado, Lil Wayne, Rick Ross, Blink-182, and a “country” collaboration with Lil Nas X, are among the album's features, TMZ reports.
Bad Vibes Forever comes a year after Skins, the first posthumous album released after XXXTentacion’s death. In June, the rapper's estate announced the release of a documentary on his rise to stardom. The Florida native, born Jahseh Onfroy, was gunned down outside of a car dealership on June 18, 2018. Authorities later arrested and charged Dedrick Williams, Michael Boatwright and Trayvon Newsome for the murder. The men are currently awaiting trial.
In addition to the album announcement, the estate debuted a nine-piece Bad Vibes Forever clothing collection in Miami last weekend, The Miami Herald reports.
Check below for the Bad Vibes Forever trailer and the album's title track.