Lil Peep collaborator reveals possibility of releasing a posthumous album
Smokeasac says to give it time.
Last month, the tragic passing of Lil Peep shocked the music community, with fans and industry peers alike taking to social media to share their condolences.
The rapper, who died of an accidental drug overdose, released his debut album, Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 1, back in August 2017, with one of his close collaborators now hinting that some of the music the 21-year-old hadn’t yet released may see the light of day.
Taking to Twitter, Peep’s producer Smokeasac, shared that the two have unreleased music together, later going on to hint that the project would be called, Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2.
“It will come out when the time is right,” Smokeasac added. “When peeps family approves. just know it exists. be patient for Gus. #lilpeepforever.”
In addition to new material with Smokeasac, who previously produced Peep’s “Awful Things,” “Hellboy” and “Benz Truck,” the late rapper also had been working on a joint project with ILoveMakonnen. At the time of this report, it has yet to be announced if and when the latter will be released.
Earlier this month, Lil Peep’s family held a publicly streamed memorial service, during which his mother, grandmother and others shared powerful, emotional speeches about his life and the legacy he left behind.
See Smokeasac’s tweets commenting on a posthumous album featuring Lil Peep’s unreleased music below.