The late rapper's 'COWYS, Pt. 2' was posthumously released earlier this month
Lil Peep‘s producer Smokeasac has spoken about the possibility of the third instalment of the late rapper’s ‘Come Over When You’re Sober’ album series being released in 2019.
Part two of ‘Come Over When You’re Sober’ was posthumously released on November 9, marking the first full release since Peep – real name Gustav Elijah Åhr – passed away on November 15, 2017.
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Smokeasac recently disclosed to NME that he still has “a decent amount of songs” that he recorded with Peep prior to his death which have yet to be released. The producer also revealed that the late artist had also collaborated with the likes of Harry Fraud, Diplo and iLoveMakonnen in the months before he passed.
However, Smokeasac has now moved to dampen fan speculation that ‘Come Over When You’re Sober’ part three might be on the horizon. Asked by a fan about the validity of an entry on Genius which claimed that part three was scheduled for a 2019 release, Smokeasac dismissed the rumours as “fake bullshit”.
“This is fake bullshit,” he wrote on Twitter. “I’m sorry to let y’all down but part 3 to cowys does not exist…” He did clarify, though, that there is still plenty of unreleased Peep music in the archives. See the posts below.
Earlier this month, the emotional visuals for the Lil Peep track ‘Runaway’ were released ahead of the arrival of ‘Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2’. The clip featured actual drawings Peep made as a child.