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Posthumous Lil Peep Album Announced 'Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2'

Thursday, 18 October 2018 Written by Laura Johnson

A posthumous Lil Peep album has been announced.

'Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2' will arrive on November 9, according to posts on the late rapper's official social media accounts.

It follows up his debut album, 'Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 1', which was released three months prior to his death on November 15 last year, aged 21.

It's just what we all would have expected from Gus. Thanks to Smokeasac for pouring his heart and soul into it for all of these months. Gus’ art is an essential part of the album packaging--it is a pleasure to see a range of Gus's colorful, witty drawings in the vinyl and other physical versions. I think the vinyl record itself is absolutely beautiful. It is designed and crafted with care. More information will be posted about all of that, so stay tuned.

Also, I am excited to say that Gus's Cry Alone video is now officially released. In my excitement to upload it I gave you all a sneak preview last night.

Love,
Liza

PS Go Peep!

Alongside the announcement a video for new track Cry Alone has been shared. It features candid footage of Peep, while the song fuses grunge and emo guitars with hip-hop beats, a combination for which he was well-known.

"I don't wanna cry alone right now, kissing on styrofoam right now, I don't wanna die along right now, I just did a line of blow right now," he sings on the chorus.





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