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Karina Duncan

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Before the release of the album, Jahseh Dwayne Ricardo Onfroy, also known as XXXTENTACTION, was shot dead while shopping for motorcycles. While the fans mourned his death, his mother and management made sure his album would be released and finished for him. The songs are around a minute long making it a little over 19 minutes. The album made me feel eerie, since his passing, and how the album was released without him. Other than that, the album showed a different side to Jahseh that we haven’t seen before. The album gave the fans closure for his loss and had us seeing the music he wanted to release. I recommend this album to people who listen to a variety of different music and want to give something new a try.

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