He's reportedly a "friend of Peep’s family"
Terrance Malick will executive produce a new documentary about late rapper Lil’ Peep, real name Gustav Elijah Åhr.
Åhr passed away on November 15, 2017 in Arizona. A medical examiner reportedly ruled subsequently that Peep had died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl and Xanax.
Now, according to the New York Times, Malick will be one of the creatives behind a Lil Peep documentary. The article describes Malick as “a friend of the Womack family” and adds that there may be a soundtrack to accompany the project.
Meanwhile, a posthumous Lil Peep album was officially announced earlier this month (October 18), with the release of its lead single ‘Cry Alone’.
Unreleased music from Peep’s archives will now be released in the form of a new album, which is being billed as the sequel to his 2017 debut ‘Come Over When You’re Sober’.
Set to be released on November 7, ‘Come Over When You’re Sober, Part. 2’ was announced on the artist’s still-active Instagram page. His mother, Liza, wrote in the caption: “It’s just what we all would have expected from Gus.”
The announcement of ‘Come Over When You’re Sober, Part. 2’ was paired with the release of the gritty new video for the record’s lead single, ‘Cry Alone’, which was filmed back in May 2017. See the tracklist for the new album, below.
Come Over When You’re Sober (Part Two):
01 Broken Smile (My All)
03 Sex With My Ex
04 Cry Alone
06 16 Lines
07 Life Is Beautiful
08 Hate Me
10 White Girl
The new album announcement and single release follows swiftly on from the arrival of another posthumous Peep track, ‘Falling Down’ – a collaboration with the late rapper XXXTentacion, who was killed in the summer.