On Jan. 23rd, the estate of XXXTentacion announced that some of the artist’s old music will be released on streaming services, starting with ‘Vice City’.
Read the estate’s statement below.
“We continue to be amazed at the love and support that X’s fans show on a daily basis. We know how much his music means to all of you, and his impact continues to be as powerful as it’s ever been.
It is important to us to continue to honor Jah’s legacy, and in that spirit we are planning an exciting 2022. One of our first initiatives is to get as much of X’s music from his earliest days as an artist up on all DSPs. We have been working diligently to clear as much of it as possible, and we are excited to announce our first release this Friday with “vice city” hitting all streaming services for the first time. We will continue to release music as we clear it, and are making sure we do it in a way that stays true to how X released each song originally.
Beyond the music, we know X’s fans have been waiting patiently for the documentary and we will be sharing updates on it soon.
Thank you again for your support and for continuing to honor and celebrate the life of Jah.”
‘Vice City’ is a track recorded by the late singer-rapper around 2014 and one of the first publicly available on his Soundcloud. Fans have demanded the release of the song on DSPs for many years. ‘Vice City’ contains a sample of Laura Mvula’s song ‘Sing to The Moon‘ and today, it finally arrives on streaming platforms. Listen to it below (currently only available in select international markets).