Kanye West Blasts Haters on XXXTENTACION's Posthumous Collaboration 'One Minute'
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The collaboration is included on the late rapper's newly-released posthumous album 'Skins', which marks his third album.

AceShowbiz - XXXTENTACION's much-anticipated posthumous album "Skins" finally arrived on Friday, December 7. Clocking in at just nineteen minutes, the record contains ten songs including the previously-released track "Bad!" as well as "One Minute", a collaboration with Kanye West.

The song finds the Yeezy founder providing an extensive verse while the late rapper simply handles the chorus and interlude. In her verse, Kanye raps about several relevant topics such as envy, acceptance, death and guilt. He also blasts his haters on the verse, rapping, "And your spouse only know what you don't erase/ The world only know you by your worst mistakes/ So spaz on they a**, that's the only way."

John Cunningham, one of X's producers, previously explained why the late rapper wanted to enlist Kanye on the song, stating it'd always been his hope to collaborate with the "Stronger" spitter. "He always talked about Kanye's work and was actively wanting to do a song with him up until the day he passed," he said.

"Skins" marks X's third studio album and his first full-length posthumous set. Commemorating the release of the album, Kanye unveiled a three-piece apparel line through his fashion brand, with graphics by artist J.J. Villard. The merchandise was unveiled at the album's release party in Miami, Florida.

This probably won't be the only posthumous that fans of X will get to listen following his death. X reportedly had a "deep archive" of unreleased material that his estate may license in the future. There was also rumor saying that he would be featured on Kanye's upcoming album "Yandhi" in addition to a collaboration with Rihanna and The Weeknd.

X died on June 18 after he was gunned down by two men. A public memorial service for the rapper was held at BB&T Center in Florida on June 27 before he was laid to rest in a private funeral service on the following day.

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