About five months before his death, XXXTentacion informed fans he had a dancehall-inspired record on deck:

“Vybz Kartel featuring XXXTentacion, coming soon,” he announced on Instagram, “lol only the Jamaicans and Hispanics know what I’m talking about!”

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Several snippets of the record began surfacing online shortly after XXX’s fatal shooting, but many fans have spent the last year wondering when the song—titled “Royalty”—would get a proper release. The late rapper’s mother answered that questioned Tuesday, confirming a July 19 drop.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 

Royalty drops this Friday 🤓🇯🇲

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In addition to Kartel’s contribution, “Royalty” also features Stefflon Don and Ky-Mani Marley. The Los Angeles Times reports the song will appear on a deluxe reissue of XXX’s ? album, which will arrive next Friday. The two-disc release will feature the original album and the entire A Ghetto Christmas Carol EP, as well as some new material, remixes, and XXX’s voice memos. Each purchase will also come with a booklet featuring never-before-seen photos.

The deluxe reissue can be pre-ordered on the rapper’s official website for $17.98. A three-LP version is also available for $79.98.

“Royalty” can be streamed now on Apple Music and via Spotify below.