XXXTENTACION reportedly Signed a $10M Offer Before His Death
The New York Times cites three people briefed on the terms.
A new report has revealed XXXTENTACION signed an eight-figure deal before his death.
According to The New York Times, the late rapper signed a $10 million, according to the rule of his third studio album. The Times cited three unnamed sources who were briefed on the terms of the figure.
EMPIRE founder Ghazi Shami not confirm the $10 million of the amount, but do not speak of The Times about his dealings with X. Shami recalled the death of the artist was surprised by EMPIRE of the level of interest in him due to the decrease of transmission X the following numbers of its brief prohibition of Spotify-curated playlists.
"Are you sure you want to sign me, even when my flow down?" X order, according to Shami.
"I said: 'I believe in you; I don't believe in playlists,'" Shami said. "'The play lists are welcome. You are a musical phenomenon.'"
The Times' report also says that X is the third album may not be released until October due to a clause in his latest album contract with Capitol Music Group and Caroline Records, which is part of Universal Music Group.
A spokesman of Universal and EMPIRE, the founder said that there have been no discussions about working together in the posthumous work of liberation.
X was killed in Florida shooting on June 18. She was 20 years old.