On the fourth anniversary of his death, the late rapper’s estate has released his posthumous project Look at Me: The Album. The 25-track compilation, which is divided into two parts, serves as a companion to his new Hulu documentary, Look at Me: XXXTentacion.
The first part, Look at Me Then, features 11 of X’s earliest songs, which are available on streaming services for the first time, including “vice city” and “FUXK” with Ski Mask the Slump God.
The second half, Look at Me Now, contains 13 of X’s biggest hits and fan favorites from past projects including “Moonlight,” “SAD!” and “Jocelyn Flores.” The album closes out with the Kanye West-assisted “True Love,” which also appears on DONDA 2.
XXXTentacion, who was only 20 when he died on June 18, 2018, continues to inspire a generation. This marks the third posthumous release from X following 2018’s Skins and 2019’s Bad Vibes Forever.