The mom of late rapper Lil Peep launched a music video for her son’s music “Save That S–t,” that includes footage filmed forward of his sudden loss of life final month.
Liza Womack stated releasing her son’s posthumous video serves as a step in processing the lack of Lil Peep, who died at 21 from an unintended drug overdose.
“Peep would have needed his collaborators to maneuver ahead together with his plan for the discharge of music and visuals in 2018 as he had initially supposed,” Liza Womack stated Tuesday in an announcement to Metro. “So as we speak, we’re beginning that course of by releasing the video for Save That Sh–t.”
WARNING: VIDEO CONTAINS EXPLICIT LANGUAGE
The somber video options footage of Lil Peep — actual title Gustav Ahr — rapping in entrance of a reside viewers, together with what seems to be behind-the-scenes clips of him on tour.
It additionally begins with a dedication from the rapper’s mom.
“In loving reminiscence of my son Gus,” the opening display screen reads.
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Lil Peep launched the dreary love music in August as a monitor on his debut album “Come Over When You are Sober (Half One).”
The rapper, who grew up on Lengthy Island, was discovered unconscious on his tour bus in Tucson, Ariz. on Nov. 15, and first responders have been unable to revive him.
His loss of life was confirmed to be unintended and the results of a Fentanyl and Xanax overdose by a toxicology report launched earlier this month.
One other posthumous music and video, which Lil Peep created with producer Marshmello, is ready to be launched in January.