A new track has been released from Prodigy, the late rapper who was part of Mobb Deep.
The track, titled 'You Will See', will be part of his posthumous album 'The Hegelian Dialectic: The Book of Heroine' - which is due to be out this summer.
The last piece of work he released was the album 'Hegelian Dialectic (The Book of Revelation)', which was released months before his death in 2017.
Billboard reports that this posthumous album is the second part in a 'Hegelian Dialectic' trilogy — with a third titled 'The Book of the Dead' expected to come out in 2023.
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Prodigy's library is now available on streaming sites again, after an agreement was made between his estate and Warner Music Group's ADA.
A representative from Prodigy's estate told Billboard in a statement: We would also like to thank the community of hip-hop artists who came together to help us assemble Prodigy's last projects.
"The music belongs to all of you and we are glad we can make it available again and forever."
Prodigy died aged 42 at the Spring Valley Medical Center in Las Vegas while he was hospitalised for complications related to his sickle-cell anaemia.
When he was hospitalised, he was on the Art of Rap Tour in Las Vegas with Havoc, Ghostface Killah, Onyx, KRS-One, and Ice-T.
Prodigy was in the hip-hop group Mobb Deep with rapper Havoc. 'The Infamous Mobb Deep', Prodigy's final Mobb Deep album, was released in 2014.
A new Havoc-led Mobb Deep album is also "currently in the works," according to Billboard.
Listen to 'You Will See' below.
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