Lil Peep‘s estate has reissued one of his earliest projects, Vertigo, now available on all streaming platforms and reintroduced through three carefully crafted music videos. Each of the four songs were written and produced with longtime collaborator John Mello.
The family took two Twitter to announce the effort, writing, “We are glad to release on all platforms one of Peep’s earlier works — Vertigo. This re-release features the highest quality exports the world has ever heard of these tracks — straight from the recording sessions that Gus worked on in his bedroom. Enjoy.” Late last year, Lil Peep’s estate released his posthumous EVERYBODY’S EVERYTHING album as well as a documentary focusing on the late rapper’s life with involvement from legendary director Terrence Malick, Peep’s mother Liza Womack, and Sarah Stennett.
— GOTH ANGEL SINNER (@Lilpeep) March 5, 2020
The family took to Instagram to reveal the collaborators who helped in presenting the official reissue:
“We are glad to release on all digital streaming platforms one of Gus’s earlier works — the four-track EP titled Vertigo. The tracks were all produced by John Mello, one of Gus’s early collaborators. Three of the four tracks have accompanying videos, two of which were shot, directed and edited by Jon (Legacy) Francois. The third, Drugz, was shot by Emma Harris, directed and edited by Gus and Emma, and animated by Lil Skil.”
Listen to Vertigo below and watch the “Come Around”, “M.O.S. [battery full]” and “Drugz” music videos below. In more music news, Gunna has announced an upcoming project through a mysterious new trailer titled “Wunna.”