Three months after it appeared on Kanye West’s Stem Player as the opening track on Donda 2, Ye and XXXTentacion’s collaborative single “True Love” has been released to streaming services. 

The track will appear on XXXTentacion’s upcoming posthumous offering Look At Me: The Album, which is yet to get a release date. The project will serve as a companion piece to the late rapper’s new Hulu documentary Look At Me: XXXTentacionwhich hit the streamer on Thursday. “True Love” plays over the end credits for the film.

Designed by Kanye, the cover artwork for “True Love” features handwritten notes from XXXTentacion, which come from a personal journal the late rapper’s mother recently found.

The notes include:  “Love love love,” “A feeling you just can’t explain,” and “Am I supposed to pretend to be heartless?”

While speaking with TMZ last week, XXXTentacion’s mother, Cleopatra Bernard, revealed what she hopes fans will get from Fader Films’ Hulu Original documentary. 

“I don’t think it’s gonna change the image and that wasn’t our intent,” she said. “Our intent was to humanize him. I do think it will do that. … We’ve all done crazy shit in our lives at one point or another, just not in front of a camera so I think people will be able to relate.”

You can watch Look At Me: XXXTentacion on Hulu, and stream Kanye West’s new collaboration with the late Florida rapper now on all major platforms.