Anderson .Paak has revealed he really doesn't want any music of his released after he dies - so much so that he got the request tattooed on his arm.
Posthumous releases have become quite frequent in recent times. Both albums by the late Pop Smoke have been released posthumously, Juice WRLD's manager has confirmed a new posthumous album titled The Party Never Ends, and Mac Miller's posthumous album Circles landed last year.
Anderson .Paak, who has recently been working with Bruno Mars as Silk Sonic, has a new tattoo on his arm requesting that none of his music is released after he dies. The tattoo 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."
Anderson .Paak’s new tattoo. pic.twitter.com/Kngw6OA5ep— filip (@filipneuff) August 16, 2021