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 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 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 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 December 2019. 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 41,306% spike on Amazon's Movers and Shakers Digital Music while another album '17' got around 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