Lil Peep Announces Tour & Shares "WitchBlades" Video Featuring Lil Tracy

“F*ck me in your city.”

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GOTHBOICLIQUE fans rejoice; Lil Peep is finally going on tour. The Long Island artist is playing 21 shows in April and May, beginning in Chicago and ending off in Seattle. Along with the tour announcement, Peep shared the visual for his song “WitchBlades,” which features frequent collaborator and GBC member Lil Tracy. Watch the Metro Blu-directed video and peep the tour dates below, and make sure to check out our recent feature highlighting 11 other rising rappers.

FUCK ME IN YOUR CITY

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