AceShowbiz - XXXTentacion might have gone from this world for eternity, but his music lives on. Following the release of posthumous track "Arms Around You", the late rapper apparently had at least nine tracks that he never got the chance to release before his death.
Mally Mall, the producer of "Arms Around You", recently spoke with Power 106 to share the good news, though he's unsure of when the unreleased songs would see the light of the day. But one thing that he's sure enough to get fans of the late rapper excited, one song might have featured Rihanna's vocals on it, while another was a collaboration with The Weeknd.
"We actually have like nine more songs together with X that are coming out," he said. "One is gonna go for Rihanna. So, there's another one that The Weeknd is possibly going to get on right now. It's crazy. The kid was so talented. X was so talented that he sounded like three different artists on one song."
"Arms Around You" was unveiled on Thursday, October 25, featuring Lil Pump, Maluma and Swae Lee. The song was originally a collaboration between X and Rio Santana, but the latter was replaced by the Colombian reggaeton singer for an unknown reason.
It remains to be seen whether "Arms Around You" and the other unreleased tracks will be included on X's upcoming posthumous album. John Cunningham, who co-executive produced "?", previously revealed that the album is almost finished.
"The songs and the ideas of it all was done or very close to being done," he explained at the time, adding that the majority of remaining work on the project was "getting it mixed or mastered or certain thing added." However, "the whole idea, the concept, the songs, [all that] was done," according to him.