The death of Aaron Hernandez is still weighing heavily on his loved ones, as his tragic story of fallen success has come to a close. While more details about the former football star's reported suicide at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Mass. on April 19, 2017 are surfacing, there is also information emerging that reveals what his time in prison was like over the last few years.

In new prison documents reportedly obtained by The Daily Mail, his song purchases from when he was behind bars have been revealed, giving us an impression of his music taste. According to the documents, the late Patriots superstar downloaded songs from Drake, The Weeknd, and PARTYNEXTDOOR as well as Rihanna's second album A Girl Like Me. The alleged playlist shows Hernandez apparently purchased the singer's 2006 ballad "Unfaithful," as well as the reggae-infused "Selfish Girl."

As far as his Drizzy picks, Hernandez downloaded the Toronto rapper's "With You" and "U With Me" records off VIEWS. It seems as though the late football player was a big OVOXO fan, as he downloaded PARTYNEXTDOOR's "Problems & Selfless," as well as The Weeknd's "Earned It" off of the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack as well.

The documents reportedly confirm Hernandez purchased 977 tracks in total, which he was able to listen to on a Keefe Maxx Player, which is designed specifically for use by inmates. The documents were unveiled to the public after a judge vacated the late baller of a murder charge earlier this week (May 9), which was approved under the rule of a defendant passing before their appeal is heard.

See the playlist that was revealed in the court documents over at The Daily Mail.

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