Two years after his death, the career of rapper Lil Peep seems to continue anyway, his second posthumous album “Everybody’s Everything” has just released today Friday, November 15.
Indeed, Lil Peep is both here and elsewhere. For despite his absence he seems still present, by his music. But also by his two posthumous albums that maintain his memory. His social networks are managed by Lil Peep Estate, a group of relatives and family members. Besides, the album “Everybody’s Everything” makes a wink to the date of his death. It was November 15, 2017.
As a reminder, the young man died of an overdose of drugs at the age of 21 years. However, his musical career continues to flourish. On November 15, 2018, his first posthumous album, Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 was revealed to the general public. This time for the second, there will be a new clip, composed of images never broadcast until then, shot during the passage of the rapper in Belgium.
LIL PEEP: “EVERYBODY’S EVERYTHING” HIS SECOND TRIBUTE
Thus, this second album posthumously consists of nineteen new titles, for about an hour of listening. As much to tell you that the real fans have something not to be bored. Lil Peep appears with ILoveMakonnen (“I’ve Been Waiting”). But also Lil Tracy. 1. There is also Diplo’s participation on “Ratchets”.
Besides, be aware that the title Belgium from the album “Everybody’s Everything” has its own clip. At the end of the clip you can hear a few words from Lil Peep who gives his opinion on the celebrity. “I mean, you do not expect all that. But you can not get here without working hard. So once here, you say m ****, I worked so hard. So many m **** nights gone without sleep to get here, so in fact, it’s not so surprising. “