XXXTentacion, the American-born rapper left many fans heartbroken after he was shot-dead in 2018, but his estate’s continuity in the release of Tentacion’s posthumous albums indeed widens footprints of the late rapper’s impression on the young fanbase.
With the release of the 2-time RIAA Platinum single Look at Me (2016), Jahseh Onfroy aka XXXTentacion got mainstream to fame & released multi-platinum certified songs like Jocelyn Flores, Sad! and Changes.
Well, the late rapper inked many millions of dollars contracts but had a short-lived career; was killed at the age of 20. As reported, XXXTentation’s mother currently oversees her late son’s estate including the release & royalties of posthumous albums as well as the YouTube channel.
How Much Is XXXTentacion’s Estate Valued At Currently?
According to Celebrity Net Worth, Tentacion’s estate is worth $5 million as of November 2020. At the time of death in 2018, XXXTentacion’s estimated net worth was $2 million.
The Florida-born rapper once made limelight for terminating a whopping $6 million recording contract in 2017 & had reportedly signed a $10 million deal later with a company named Empire to release an album.
However, the deal couldn’t progress further; XXXTentacion was shot-dead by robbers on June 18, 2018, while leaving Riva Motorsports motorcycle dealership.
As reported, the late rapper had named his mother Cleopatra and brother Aiden as administrators & beneficiaries of his estate.
Well, XXXTentacion’s estate is currently run by his mother, overseeing the release of his posthumous albums & managing the royalties.
Posthumous Albums & Songs: An Aid To The Rapper’s Estate
As a tribute to the late American rapper, a platinum-certified song Falling Down was released through now-late rapper Lil Peep’s album Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2.
Moreover, Lil Pump featured Maluma and Swae Lee on the single Arms Around You, a one-time RIAA Platinum-certified, released in 2018 in the memory of XXXTentacion.
After a year of Tentacion’s death, his first posthumous album ‘Skins’ was released on December 7, 2018, under the label Bad Vibes Forever & sold 52,000 copies in the US.
Well, the album is XXXTentacion’s 3rd album, following ‘17′- released on August 25, 2017, and ‘?’- released on March 16, 2018.
Fourth Album ‘Bad Vibes Forever’
On December 6, 2019, XXXTentacion’s estate released the 4th album Bad Vibes Forever- calling it the last of the rapper’s album.
Revenue From Royalties
Without a doubt, these posthumous releases add in the royalty revenue for the Look at Me singer’s estate, though, no official report on the royalty percentage (%) or amount is out.
As per TMZ, after XXXTentacion’s death, within matters of hours, his album ‘?’ got a 41,306% spike on Amazon’s Movers and Shakers Digital Music while another album ’17’ got around a 9,000% hike.
Surely, it may have grabbed Tentatcion’s estate a hefty sum of money through royalty. For example, if an artist signs for 10% royalty, then for each of the CDs sold at $10, the artist receives $1 that turns out $1 million for 1 million copies sold.
YouTube Channel Subscribers Still Count In Millions
It’s a tragedy that the world lost such a talented rapper, but, even now, many fans of XXXTentacion can’t stop themselves to stay updated on Tentacion’s (posthumous) music releases.
Still, as of December 2019, the rapper’s YouTube channel “XXXTENTACION”- created on June 22, 2015, has over 22.9 million subscribers, a total of 5.653 billion views & has 81 videos.
As per online sources, the channel can sum up to $129,810 per video & is currently managed by Tentacion’s mother.
XXXTentacion’s Multiple Properties Is Valued Millions Of Dollars
The millionaire-rapper before his death bought multiple properties in his home city Florida. In November 2017, XXXTentacion dropped $1.5 million for a 6,000 sq. ft. house in Parkland, Florida.
The property features 4 bedrooms, 5 bathrooms, and a pool. Reportedly, he was shot at only 15 minutes away far from his Parkland mansion in mid-2018.
Moreover, as per TMZ, the Changes singer bought 4 houses in South Florida between April & June 2018, which totals $1.772 million. Check out the residence’s feature & worth:
- A 3-bedroom & 2-bathroom house spread on 2,000 sq. ft.- $420,000
- A 2,300 sq. ft, property boasting 4 bedrooms & 2 bathrooms- $467,500
- Another 4-bedroom & 2-bathroom residence- $385,000
- House features 4 bedroom & 3 bathrooms and spread on 2,700 sq. ft. – $500,000
Even though no exact report is out stating for whom those houses were purchased, some speculation states that the late rapper bought it as a thanksgiving to his family members.
Alongside being a notable figure in the music industry, XXXTentacion was also a family guy & took care of parents, siblings, aunts, uncles, and grandparents.