XXXTentacion’s posthumous career continues to roll on. The video for the song “Moonlight” was released Sunday night.
In the video, we can see XXXTentacion sitting and reflecting underneath a full moon while the opening notes of the ? track play. The melody is the second-highest charting song of X’s short lived career, having shot to No. 13 on the Billboard Hot 100 amid is untimely death.
This video isn’t the first to be released after the rapper’s death. Around the same time that he was gunned down in an attempted burglary, the video for his greatest hit “sad!” was released. Fans had skyrocketed the song to the top spot on the Hot 100 charts, shattering Taylor Swift’s single-day gushing record simultaneously.
All the more as of late, fans have been treated with unreleased verses from the rapper. X offers a sad wail on Lil Wayne’s second track on Tha Carter V, “Don’t Cry.” Then he appeared on a collaboration with Lil Peep.
The posthumous releases from X can’t be contained to simply music and recordings. Soon after that Peep collaboration was shared, Kanye West’s XXXTentacion shirt would be available for purchase. Furthermore, the his estate released a 1-year anniversary merchandise collection in honor of his debut album, 17.
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