As revealed in a newly-released New York Times piece, a Lil Peep documentary is on the way. Executive-produced by Terrence Malick, the project may also come coupled with a new, exclusive soundtrack. Unreleased, “brighter-sounding” collaborations with iLoveMakonnen — who worked with him on tracks like “Sunlight on Your Skin” — will likely surface as well, and Jon Caramanica’s write-up also revealed the existence of Diplo and Harry Fraud records with the late artist.
For more, check out the entire New York Times piece on Lil Peep. We’ll keep you updated as more information regarding the forthcoming Lil Peep documentary — and possible soundtrack — surfaces. Besides the documentary, another Lil Peep album is also on the way.
Earlier this month, a posthumous Lil Peep single known as “Cry Alone” surfaced.