Exactly two years after his death, Lil Peep's posthumous album Everybody's Everything is here, featuring previously unreleased tracks by the late bisexual rapper.
The 19-track album coincides with the release of a documentary of the same name, which was screened earlier this year at SXSW and is now in theaters. The documentary chronicles the life of the rapper, who died at 21 in 2017 from an overdose.
Peep's label, Columbia Records, called the album "a lovingly-curated collection of songs from Lil Peep's career" in a press release. Everybody's Everything features both new tracks and songs that are also featured on the EP Goth Angel Sinner, which was released in October.
The title of the album and documentary come from an Instagram post Lil Peep shared the day before his death. "I just wana be everybody's everything," he wrote. "I want too much from people but then I don't want anything from them at the same time u feel me I don't let people help me but I need help but not when I have my pills but that's temporary one day maybe I won't die young and I'll be happy? What is happy I always have happiness for like 10 seconds and then it's gone. I'm getting so tired of this."
Last month, news broke that Lil Peep's mother Liza Womack is suing her son's former management team. Womack claimed that First Access Entertainment encouraged the rapper to take "an excessive amount of Xanax," which led to his death by overdose. The agency refuted the accusations, calling Lil Peep's death a "terrible tragedy" but insisting that Womack's claim that they are "somehow responsible for, complicit in, or contributed to his death is categorically untrue."
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