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It’s been nearly three years since XXXTentacion was shot to death in Florida at the age of 20 — but his team is keen to keep his legacy alive. Next week, the controversial rapper’s estate will release a series of non-fungible tokens (NFTs) containing tracks that have never been commercially released, as well as never-before-seen footage from his only tour, Rolling Stone has learned. To orchestrate the drop, XXXTentacion’s manager Solomon “Sounds” Sobande and his estate, run by his mother Cleopatra Bernard, teamed up with blockchain-centric company YellowHeart, which also handled the Kings of Leon NFTs earlier this year. They enlisted Stephen Bliss, the artist behind XXXTentacion’s favorite game, Grand Theft Auto, to create unique art for the tokens.