XXXTentacion + Ye Collab Is Dropping This Week Alongside Hulu Documentary

XXXTentacion Ye Collab
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A previously unreleased XXXTentacion and Ye collab is dropping alongside the Hulu documentary.

The collab is also featured in Look At Me: XXXTENTACION, a Fader Films documentary on the rapper’s life. The doc hits Hulu on Friday, May 27. X’s team announced the forthcoming track in an Instagram post. The song will appear on Look At me: The Album and the wide release of Ye’s Donda 2 – previously only available on the Stem Player.

“Look At Me! explores how Jahseh Onfroy tapped raw talent, a gift for connecting with disaffected youth, and a mastery of social media to fashion himself into SoundCloud rapper XXXTentacion – one of the most streamed artists on the planet,” reads the tagline for the upcoming documentary about his life.

XXXTentacion was killed in Florida in 2018 at age 20. At the time of his death, the rapper was facing numerous legal charges, including battery of a pregnant woman, false imprisonment, and witness tampering. He pled not guilty and denied the allegations. He was killed in an apparent robbery outside RIVA Motorsports, an upscale seller of motorcycles and watercraft in Deerfield Beach.

The rapper was shot multiple times in the neck. Authorities have charged four men with first-degree murder and robbery with a firearm in connection with the killing. If convicted, they face life in prison without parole – or potentially the death penalty. Investigators in the case belief the killing was targeted and not random, as the rapper was followed from a bank to the watercraft dealership.

Shortly after the death, Broward County officials offered a bounty of $3,000 for information leading to the arrest of any suspects. Many fans suspected local Florida rappers Soldier Kidd and Soldier Jojo, but those accusations were dropped when four men were arrested.

Michael Boatwright, Trayvon Newsome, Robert Allen, and Dedrick Williams were all arrested in connection to the killing. XXXTentacion’s father has stated that he wants the death penalty for the suspected shooter and life in prison for his accomplices.