XXXTentacion's spirit lives on in the Caribbean.

On Wednesday morning (Oct. 2), the estate of the slain rapper released a fresh visual to go along with X's song "Royalty," an island-inspired record that features 2018 XXL Freshman Stefflon Don, Ky-Mani Marley and the Jamaican OG Vybz Kartel. Director Damian Fyffe, who has directed visuals for DJ Khaled and Rihanna, works behind the lens for the visual.

In the video, Ky-Mani steps in to take charge of his soldiers who are down to fight. Afterward, we catch Stefflon Don posted up on the island while rapper Sikka Rymes holds down Vybz Kartel's verse.

On the song itself, X uses a rapid-fire flow over the island-inspired beat. "Yeah, it's funny how shit change/Poor shorty wanna young nigga drawers, that shit stains / In a poor house, Biscayne/Now I'm in the coupe with a crib, niggas Chris Paine/Never could forget all the nights it was just pain/Now I'm finna come for the throne, don't forget, mane," XXXtentacion raps.

The "Royalty" video comes in support of Bad Vibes Forever a forthcoming LP that will mark the latest posthumous project from the rapper. The album includes features from Lil Wayne, Lil Nas X and Blink-182.

Watch XXXTentacion's new video starring Stefflon Don, Ky-Mani Marley and Sikka Rymes as Vybz Kartel below

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