Me vs. Myself arrived on Friday (December 9) with 22 tracks that featuringthe likes of Kodak Black, Lil Durk, Tory Lanez, G-Herbo, Roddy Ricch, H.E.R. and Don Q.
On Sunday (December 11), the LP became 23 tracks with the addition of “Needed That” featuring a posthumous appearance by PnB Rock.
The new track, produced by Niaggi and Ricardo Josias, now appears as the album’s opening track on streaming services.
“Needed That” also comes after what would have been PnB Rock’s 31st birthday on Friday. While the song was not included on the original coinciding Me vs. Myself, A Boogie did pay tribute to his longtime friend and collaborator with an Instagram post with him birthday wishes.
“Until we meet again, Forever in my heart is where I keep you friend,” Boogie wrote. “HBD BROSKII @pnbrock.”
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PnB Rock’s girlfriend Stephanie Sibounheuang also took to Instagram on Friday, where she showcased a new tattoo memorializing the late rapper with his first name Rakim, inscribed in script lettering on her neck.
Sibounheuang shares a two-year-old daughter with Rock, and was present when he was shot and killed during a robbery at Roscoe’s House of Chicken & Waffles in Los Angeles on September 12.
Three arrests have since been made in the investigation into PnB Rock’s murder — Freddie Lee Trone, his wife Shauna and his 17-year-old son, who’s accused of being the one who robbed and ultimately killed the Philadelphia rapper. Both Trone and his son were charged with one count of murder, two counts of second-degree robbery and one count of conspiracy to commit robbery. Shauna is accused of being an accessory after the fact.
Police are still looking for a fourth suspect who may have played an instrumental role in the murder.
According to the felony complaint filed against Freddie Trone and his still-unnamed son, an unidentified man was outside of Roscoe’s when Rock and his girlfriend arrived. The man waited outside of the restaurant until Freddie got there, and the two were seen having a conversation before Freddie left and came back with his son.
PnB Rock was laid to rest in his hometown of Philadelphia in a Muslim funeral ceremony on September 21.