Last November, a posthumous Lil Peep album titled Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2 was officially released. That project was made up of 13 unreleased tracks, including the iLoveMakonnen-assisted “Sunlight on Your Skin” and the XXXTentacion collaboration “Falling Down.” Now, another Lil Peep music video has surfaced; specifically, a visual for “16 Lines” just popped up on YouTube.
“16 Lines” was originally “leaked” back in June of 2017 and was later officially released as one of the opening tracks on Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2. The song’s video comes to us courtesy of director Wiggy and producer Mezzy, two visual artists who shot the vignette in New York City in April of 2017. Lil Peep’s frequent, close collaborator and go-to producer Smokesac is responsible for the composition’s beat.
“16 lines of blow and I’m fine / Break my bones, but act as my spine,” Lil Peep croons. “I wonder who you’ll f*ck when I die / And if I tried to call, would you cry / Please don’t cry, you’re wastin’ your time / 16 lines will make me feel fine.”
You can check out the video for Lil Peep’s “16 Lines” above.
A Lil Peep documentary is also on the way.