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Terrence Malick Will Produce a Documentary About Lil Peep

Terrence Malick Will Produce a Documentary About Lil Peep

Terrence Malick Will Produce a Documentary About Lil Peep

The documentary will feature unreleased music by the departed rapper.

Departed bisexual rapper Lil Peep's unreleased album Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2 will be released posthumously on November 9, but that's not the only tribute to the late artist we have to look forward to. The New York Times reported this week that Terrence Malick will produce a documentary about Peep -- Malick is a family friend, according to the Times.

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The Times also reveals that Peep's friends and family were uneasy about his collaboration with XXXTentacion, "Falling Down," which was released after both of the rappers had died. "For some, the discovery of the recording was kismet, a way to connect the music and power of two rising stars who died way before their time. For others it was a craven collision of agendas...Several of Peep's old GothBoiClique collaborators spoke out on social media about Peep's wariness of XXXTentacion because of the severe allegations against him. Putting them on a song together after their death washed away the very real differences between them in life."

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