When XXXTentacion was thriving as a dominant voice during Hip-SoundCloud Hop’s era, his life was one to marvel at. Fans will be able to watch how he became a huge figure in hip-hop nearly four years after his death.

Hulu revealed the official premiere date for their new documentary Look At Me: XXXTENTACION on Tuesday, March 15.

The video will examine “how Jahseh Onfroy became one of the most important artists of a generation before his death,” according to the streaming service’s description.

As part of the upcoming documentary, the late star’s family and a number of his ex-girlfriends were interviewed and took part in talks. The documentary is called Look at Me!, which is the name of one of his most popular songs. It will debut on Hulu on May 26 at 3:00 AM ET.

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What’s in XXXTentacion Documentary ?

X’s mother, Cleo Bernard, and his famous friends Ski Mask The Slump God, producer John Cunningham, and Members Only group members Craig Xen and Kid Trunks will all be in the documentary. It will also have old footage of the rapper, who was shot and killed in Deerfield Beach, Florida, on June 18, 2018, that has never been seen before.

The “Look At Me!” rapper’s documentary on Hulu was first shown in 2019 on the one-year anniversary of his death. Then, earlier this year, XXXTentacion’s estate put out a statement to give fans more information about how they plan to honour the late rapper in 2022. After a month, Hulu said that the documentary would be shown for the first time at SXSW in Austin, Texas.

In the above statement, the estate said, “To Jahseh’s fans all over the world, we continue to be amazed by the love and support that X’s fans show every day.” “We know how much his music means to you all, and his influence is still as strong as ever. We want to continue to honour Jah’s legacy, so we are making plans for a fun year in 2022. One of our first goals is to get as much of X’s music from the beginning of his career on all DSPs as possible.”

The documentary Look At Me: XXXTentacion will be released on Hulu on June 10, about a week before the five-year anniversary of X’s death.

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