Records show that Hernandez purchased 977 tracks in total and that he was able to listen to the music on a Keefe Maxx Player - a secure technologies device specifically designed for inmates.
The release of the documents comes after a Massachusetts judge vacated Hernandez of a murder charge on May 9 that the New England Patriots star was appealing that the time of his death.
On Monday, the rapper took to the social media to share a pic of him lounging around in sweats, with the caption reading, "Trabajo." Well, they quickly noticed the Canadian also happened to be rocking socks from Rihanna's new collection with Stance!
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Former NFL star Aaron Hernandez was whiling away his lonely days and nights behind bars listening to Rihanna, Drake and The Weeknd in the lead up to his suicide, can reveal.
Prison documents lay bare the musical tastes of the 27-year-old ex-football star, who was found dead on April 19 after hanging himself in his cell with a bed sheet at the Souza Baranowski Correctional Center in Shirley, Massachusetts.
His longtime pal recently posted to Instagram showing off the ink: Don't expect everyone to know who you are… That's what Shawn Mendes learned the hard way when he tried to approach the rapper at a concert in Toronto — and almost ended up in on Wednesday and talked about his various friendships with fellow musicians.
As a general rule, the state courts will throw out convictions if a defendant dies before their appeal is heard.
Hernandez was serving a life sentence for the 2013 murder of Odin Lloyd and committed suicide just five days after he was acquitted of a separate 2012 double murder.
He played in Degrassi up until 2009, but in 2006 he started producing his own music and releasing it via his webwise and My Space page.
His third mixtape ' So Far Gone' was the first to make its way to the radio.Other downloads on Hernandez's playlist were from Canadian recording artist Party Next Door, including the dark love song 'Problems & Selfless'.