With the release of a new song, titled “Bad Vibes Forever,” in addition to a revealing album teaser, XXXTentacion has resurfaced into the mainstream media.

Highlighted by Vulture, the estate of Jahseh Onfroy, otherwise known as XXXTentacion, has announced that a full album from the late rapper will release next month. "Bad Vibes Forever," which debuts on Dec. 6, is now available for pre-order.

A trailer for the newly announced XXXTentacion album, released Thursday, featured some of music’s most iconic new faces. Main among them was Billie Eilish, who admits to the screen:

“I just see the impact that he had on people and the impact that he had on me and I barely even knew him...He was just a beam of light and tried to do everything for other people. That was like the most selfless kid I’ve ever met in my life.”

The album will be his second posthumous release. "Skins" was released in December 2018, six months after his death.

The latest album news comes several months after the estate released a trailer for a documentary about his life. The XXXTentacion documentary, which does not currently have a release date, is a blend of videos that gives a look at the late rapper’s life and career. In the trailer, Onfroy relates to audiences: “This is the story…This is the full story and this is the last time I'ma tell it.”

Victim of a routine robbery, XXXtentacion was shot dead in Florida in June 2018 after having $50,000 and a Louis Vuitton bag stolen from his person. Suspects Michael Boatwright, Dedrick Williams, Trayvon Newsome, and Robert Allen were arrested in the weeks following. Following his untimely death at 20 years, Onfroy left everything to his mother and brother.

His second posthumous album, “Bad Vibes Forever,” will release on Dec. 6.

Rapper XXXtentacion claims in a video posted to social media that Migos attacked him outside of his hotel in Los Angeles. His is pictured on October 6, 2017 in Miami Beach, Florida. Getty Images