Here’s Every Lil Peep Song Released Posthumously
It's been nearly a year since the untimely death of Lil Peep yet his legacy and memory lives on through his art.
The Long Beach, N.Y.-bred artist, who fused rap and rock in his music, died in November 2017 after ingesting generic Xanax laced with fentanyl. He's been memorialized on wax by everyone from Juicy J to Juice Wrld. Yet Peep, who dropped his last project Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1 in August of last year, had been hard at work on new tracks of his own—much of which has yet to be released.
Producers Smokeasac and George Astasio have been working on Peep's first posthumous project, Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2, which is set for release on Nov. 9 via Columbia Records. In the meantime, there have been various musical offerings from Peep that have held fans over. The very first one came just a day after his death—a leak of a song called "Nothing," which features Smokepurpp over a Sonny Digital, Metro Boomin and Southside beat. That same day, Peep's videographer, Wiggy, released the music video for "16 Lines," a track that had been leaked earlier that summer but not yet officially released. Several other leaks also hit the web, some of which will be repackaged for Peep's upcoming album.
This year found authorized material hitting the public: collaborations with Marshmello, Wiz Khalifa, Clams Casino and iLoveMakonnen. The latter artist spoke about orchestrating a collaboration with XXXTentacion before his own death. "X had heard the snippet on YouTube," iLoveMakonnen told XXL. "He wanted to be a part of it and he recorded some parts to it."
With more to come from Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2, Peep won't soon be forgotten. Listen to where the young artist was headed with this collection of his posthumous music—official releases only.