The video was filmed mere months before the rapper's death in 2017
A new video for the late rapper Lil Peep’s song, ’16 Lines’, has been shared.
Directed by Wiggy, the video was filmed in New York City a few months before the rapper – real name Gustav Elijah Åhr – passed away on November 15, 2017 in Arizona.
A medical examiner reportedly ruled that Peep had died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl and Xanax.
Watch the video for ’16 Lines’ below:
Taken from his posthumous album ‘Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2’, NME described the track as “heart-breaking”, adding: “’16 Lines’ showcase Peep’s self-awareness, his singing like a lonely raft lost in a sea of lost voices. His fans, equally as lost, grasping every word.”
Dylan Mullen, the 24-year-old, LA-based producer known as Smokeasac, opened up last year about his production work on his best friend Lil Peeps’ final album.