Following the release of the Everybody’s Everything project and documentary of the same name, a new music video for Lil Peep‘s “Keep My Coo” has surfaced. The video above showcases grainy home camera footage of Lil Peep back in his teen years, smoking, drinking, and playing with his cat.
The footage opens with a clip of the rapper’s high school friend at a convenience store before they begin to inter-cut with Peep around his house. Billed as a “lovingly-curated collection of songs from Lil Peep’s career, including fan favorites that have never been available on all platforms, and songs that have never been released in any form,” Everybody’s Everything engineer BETTEROFFDEAD told Rolling Stone he didn’t want to touch any original track. “The new stuff coming out, it hasn’t been changed,” he said. Songs like ‘Live Forever,’ those were all early songs that were just Peep. And these are the same thing; these are just purely Peep. It’s how these songs were before he left.”
Check out the track above, then check Kanye West and Dr. Dre’s reveal that Jesus Is King Part II is “coming soon.”
— GOTH ANGEL SINNER (@Lilpeep) November 18, 2019