Fat Nick Reveals Upcoming XXXTentacion & Lil Peep Collab

Denying the beef between the two late rappers.

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With eyes still on XXXTentacion‘s tragic murder, Florida figure Fat Nick recently revealed an upcoming collaboration between X and late rapper Lil Peep.

Taking to Twitter, Fat Nick announced the team up with an audio clip of what appears to be X talking to Nick following the passing of Peep. The conversation in the clip reveals that the two late rappers were on good terms before they passed and that comments made by X about the “Awful Things” rapper were taken out of context or untrue. Nick also went on to note that the upcoming track is not a composite record after fans suggested the song would be made up of recycled verses. Shortly after iLoveMakonnen revealed his involvement on the collab stating, “I am honoured to have co-written this song that X was inspired to be a part of, shortly before he died. Peep and I always believed that music heals and brings people together in a way nothing else can.”

Check out the announcement below and stay tuned for the upcoming XXXTentacion and Lil Peep collab.

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