XXXTencation ’S Look At Me: The Album Tracklist Revealed

Long live XXXTentacion .

Four years after his death, a new album from XXXTentacion will arrive this month. Look at Me: The Album joins the new Hulu documentary Look at Me: XXXTentacion.

The first episode of the 25-song set, Look at Me Then features 11 of X’s earliest songs, which debuted on streaming services, including Ski Mask the Slump God and “FUXK”.

The second half, Look at Me Now, contains 13 of X’s biggest hits and fan favorites from past projects including “Moonlight,” “SAD!” and “hope.” The album closes out with the Kanye West-assisted “True Love,” which appears in the film’s end credits.

XXXTentacion was 20 years old when he died on June 18, 2018. Later that year, his estate released his posthumous album Skins, which was followed by 2019’s Bad Vibes Forever.

Look at Me: The Album will be available June 17. See the tracklist below.

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LOOK AT ME: THE ALBUM TRACKLIST

SIDE ONE: LOOK AT ME THEN
1. “vice city”
2. “NEVER”
3. “rare”
4. “FUXK” (feat. Ski Mask the Slump God)
5. “WingRiddenAngel”
6. “King of the Dead”
7. “FAILURE IS NOT AN OPTION (Interlude)”
8. “#ImSippinTeaInYoHood”
9. “I spoke to the devil in miami, he said everything would be fine”
10. “Willy Wonka Was a Child Murderer”
11. “KILL ME (Pain From the Jail Phone)”

SIDE TWO: LOOK AT ME NOW
1. “Look at Me!”
2. “I Don’t Wanna Do This Anymore”
3. “YuNg BrAtZ”
4. “Jocelyn Flores”
5. “Depression & Obsession”
6. “Everybody Dies in Their Nightmares”
7. “ALONE, PART 3”
8. “Moonlight”
9. “SAD!”
10. “changes”
11. “hope”
12. “before I close my eyes”
13. “Train food”
14. “True Love” (XXXTENTACION & Ye)

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Kanye West and XXTENCATION: They were good!

Kanye West and XXXTentacion‘s collaboration “True Love” arrived.

After initially appearing in DONDA 2, the fan-favorite was first released on streaming platforms. Through the drums, Ye raps about his divorce (“Daddy isn’t gone, you see the light coming on”), while X hands over the haunted hook.

“True Love” plays on the final credits of X’s documentary Look At Me: XXXTentacion, which is currently airing on Hulu. He will also appear on an accompanying album, Look At Me: The Album.

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