Lil Peep has at last released his debut album, Come Over When You're Sober (Part One), which was originally scheduled to come out August 11, then got pushed back to September 1, and ended up surfacing online late last night with a Tweet from Peep: "Idk what's happening but I think my album's out take ur shirt and listen to it rn."
Peep came out as bisexual just a week ago over Twitter, sending this pair of flirtatious messages:
The album release was accompanied by this video:
Come Over When You're Sober (Part One) consists of seven tracks, a unique combination of hip-hop, rap and emo, and covers subject matter such as getting high, sucking dick, and mental health. Take a listen, below:
The album features the previously tracks "Benz Truck (gelik)" and "The Brightside," the video for which you can watch, below: