One month after Lil Peep's tragic death by overdose, a new visual for the rapper's song "Save That Shit" has arrived.

It starts off with a message from Peep's mom being overlaid onto a black screen. "In loving memory of my son Gus," reads the heartfelt message.

The Mezzy and Heavy Ryan-directed video is a touching look at the rapper in his element. In different clips, we see Peep rocking the stage in front of a packed audience and goofing off with friends when he's not.

In other Lil Peep news, the rapper received a big tribute at this past weekend's 2017 Rolling Loud Southern California. While onstage, Wifisfuneral and Fat Nick played Lil Peep's "Awful Things" in honor of their late friend.

Peep didn't live a long life, but it was definitely an eventful one. Speaking with XXL for The Break last spring, the rapper laid out the altruistic goals he had for his stay in the rap game.

“My goal in music is to save people’s lives like how my life was saved," Peep said at the time. "I was very suicidal and depressed and I was addicted to some drugs and a lot of different artists helped me get out of that with their direct lyrics. It’s amazing how specific some lyrics are. Sometimes you feel like an artist is talking directly to you. That’s what I try to do with my music. I try to think about different problems people are having."

Watch Lil Peep's "Save That Shit" video and peep the Lil Peep tribute below

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