Lana Del Rey and Anderson .Paak do not want any of their music released after they die

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Lana Del Rey, Anderson .Paak
Lana Del Rey, Anderson .Paak
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While posthumous albums seem to have become increasingly common in recent years Lana Del Rey and Anderson .Paak have made it clear that they do not want any of their music released after they die.

Anderson made his wish known through a new tattoo on his arm, which 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."

Sharing a photo of Anderson's tattoo on her Instagram page, Lana pointed out that she shared the singer's sentiment, saying that the same request has been added to her will.

"It's in my will but it's also on his tattoo," she captioned the photo of Anderson's ink. 

While many fans in the comment section of the post seemed saddened by Lana's admission, others stood by the star.

See the post below:


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