In the 12 months since emo rapper Lil Peep died at 21, his collaborators are charting the course for his posthumous profession. His unreleased album Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 will drop November 9, and per a New York Times report, his label will debut beforehand unheard songs recorded together with his pal and collaborator iLoveMakonnen. Also coming: a soundtrack to accompany a documentary about Lil Peep’s life, to be executive-produced by Terrence Malick. According to the Times, Malick — a pop-music savant — occurs to be a household pal.

The Times additionally experiences that these in Peep’s life have been divided on his XXXTentacion collaboration “Falling Down,” launched after each their deaths. “For some, the invention of the recording was kismet, a approach to join the music and energy of two rising stars who died method earlier than their time. For others it was a craven collision of agendas,” the Times experiences. “Several of Peep’s previous GothBoiClique collaborators spoke out on social media about Peep’s wariness of XXXTentacion due to the extreme allegations in opposition to him. Putting them on a tune collectively after their loss of life washed away the very actual variations between them in life.” Lil Peep and XXXTentacion had by no means met in actual life, however Lil Peep’s mom agreed to launch the tune after X’s mom reached out to her.


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