The album was produced by the late rapper’s former collaborators Smokeasac and George Astasio, and is approved by his mother
Lil Peep’s new album Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 is here. Produced by Smokeasac and George Astasio of (of The Invisible Men production team), the album is the first posthumous full-length from the rapper, who died last year of an accidental drug overdose.
Peep was working on the album before his death, and its subsequent release was made with his former collaborators and approved by his mother, Liza Womack. However, it follows a controversial release from earlier this year – “Faling Down” paired the late rapper with another deceased artist, XXXtentacion, with members of Lil Peep’s circle objecting to its release, saying that Peep disapproved of XXX due to the serious abuse allegations made against him.
Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 is unlikely to be the last Lil Peep release we hear. Speaking to the New York Times recently, Womack revealed that there were more projects that are still to be finished, and that a documentary executive produced by Terrence Malick may be in the works.
Listen to Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2 below.