Lil Peep's Posthumous "Cry Alone" Video Comes With the Album Announcement

HipHop News Posted on October 18, 2018 at 3:57am

Lil Peep's Posthumous "Cry Alone" Video Comes With the Album Announcement

"Come to The're Sober Pt. 2" is expected to arrive on November 9.

Berkeley, CA – it's been approximately 11 months since Lil Peep died of a drug overdose. The Thursday (October 18), his mother Liza Womack announced plans for Peep's posthumous release, See When you're Sober Pt. 2.

A video for Crying Alone" came with him.

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Come When you're Sober, Pt. 2 will be released on the 9th of November. This is just what we all were waiting for Gus. Thanks to @smokeasac to pour his heart and soul into it for all these months. "Gus," art is an essential part of the album packaging–it is a pleasure to see a range of Gus colorful, ingenious designs into the vinyl and other physical versions. I think that the vinyl record itself is absolutely beautiful. It is designed and hand made with care. More information will be posted about all of that, so stay tuned. Also, I am very excited to say that Gus Cry Alone video is now officially released. In my excitement to upload it I gave you all a preview last night. Love, Liza PS Go Peep!

A post shared by @ lilpeep on October 18, 2018 at 6:35am PDT

Shot in May 2017, the visual features lo-fi footage of Peep strolling around Berkeley, California, while singing a song about doing lines of blow and his desire to burn his high school.

"Tell the rich kids, look at me now", she sings.

Director Max Beck, said that the video came along with the following Peep application from McDonald's.

"It was around 1 in the morning when I saw Peep on Twitter asking if someone could bring you McDonalds in Berkeley," Beck shared in a statement on YouTube. "I sent a message asking what he was doing in the city — I was living in the Bay Area at the time — and he told me that he had finished his show in SF, but had to go to your hotel and maybe take some photos, if I was down."

Beck continued, "He said the timing was perfect, because he had recorded a lot of new music and that we were going to pick a song when I got there. After listening


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