Anderson .Paak has warned everyone from releasing his album posthumously.
The artist took to his Instagram to share a screenshot of his new tattoo which warned folks from releasing any song he didn’t share with the world when he was alive. It reads, “When I’m Gone Please Don’t Release Any Posthumous Albums Or Songs With My Name Attached Those Were Just Demos And Never Intended To Be Heard By The Public.”
This comes after a second posthumous Pop Smoke album, one the late rap star had little to no input in and also the latest talk about releasing a posthumous Aaliyah album.
See the post:
Anderson .Paak’s new tattoo. pic.twitter.com/Kngw6OA5ep
— filip (@filipneuff) August 16, 2021