Kanye West and XXXTentacion’s ‘True Love’ Is Here
Ye and XXXTentacion’s collaboration “True Love” has arrived.
After originally appearing on DONDA 2, the fan favorite has been released on streaming platforms for the first time. Over drums, Ye raps about his divorce (“Daddy’s not gone, you see the light on”), while X delivers the haunting hook.
“True Love” plays over the end credits of Look At Me: XXXTentacion, X’s documentary which is now streaming on Hulu. It will also be featured on Look At Me: The Album, an upcoming companion album to the film.
kanye is my inspiration
— MAKE OUT HILL – XXX (@xxxtentacion) March 6, 2014
XXXTentacion, who was 20 years old when he died, previous expressed his admiration for Ye on social media. “Kanye is my inspiration,” he tweeted in March 2014. Following X’s death in 2018, Ye returned the love. “I never told you how much you inspired me when you were here. Thank you for existing,” he said.
The cover art was also designed by Ye and features X’s handwritten notes from a journal that his mother found.
Experience “True Love” below.