Lil Peep has created a sizable buzz over the last couple of years with projects like Hellboy and Crybaby, now the 20-year-old Long Beach, N.Y. native is ready to show and prove by dropping his debut album.

Peep recently shared a screen shot from his upcoming video, "Benz Truck," on Instagram, while at the same time announcing his freshman LP, which will be titled Come Over When You're Sober. "'BENZ TRUCK' VIDEO SINGLE OFF MY DEBUT ALBUM "Come Over When You're Sober" COMING SOON," he wrote in the caption.

He also released the new track, "No Respect" freestyle. Produced by Greaf, the somber-sounding cut is driven by a mellow guitar riff and finds Peep slurring rhymes about keeping it 100.

The buzzing MC has been making waves with his melting of rock and rap aesthetics. XXL talked to Lil Peep in May about his bubbling rap career and putting together his formal introduction to the world. “I’ve been working on my album for a few months but I never really taken myself with music this seriously,” he said. “I just started and I just got other people taking me seriously so I kind of need to take it more seriously myself. This is a project where I know people are going to listen to it. Other projects I put out I didn’t know if anyone was going to listen to it. I thought it would be only for me to listen to it and show my friends. This new project, I really polished up and trying to make this as perfect as possible.”

Listen to Lil Peep's "No Respect" freestyle below.

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