‘Look At Me: The Album,’ By XXXTentacion, Is Available To Stream Now

The music of XXXTentacion is still alive and well.

The late rapper’s estate has published his posthumous album Look at Me: The Album on the fourth anniversary of his death. Look at Me: XXXTentacion is a 25-track compilation broken into two sections that acts as a companion to his new Hulu documentary.

The first half, Look at Me Then, includes 11 of X’s oldest tracks, including “vice city” and “FUXK” featuring Ski Mask the Slump God, which are available for the first time on streaming services. Look at Me Now, the album’s second half, includes 13 of X’s biggest singles and fan favorites from previous albums, including “Moonlight,” “SAD!” and “Jocelyn Flores.”

The album ends with “True Love,” a Kanye West-assisted track that also appears on DONDA 2. XXXTentacion, who died on June 18, 2018, at the age of 20, is still inspiring a generation. Following on after 2018’s Skins and 2019’s Bad Vibes Forever, this is X’s third postmortem release.

Look at Me: The Album is now available to listen on online. Go stream away!

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