Over two years after Lil Peep tragically passed away, his estate is still keeping the memory of the late artist alive and well with carefully curated posthumous releases and even a documentary with executive production from critically-acclaimed director Terrence Malick. Today Peep returned with a new music video for “crybaby”, the title track from his June 2016 mixtape, consisting of live concert footage. For the first time ever that crybaby mixtape is now available on streaming platforms, too.
“The ‘crybaby’ [tattoo] on my forehead — it was kind of a push to almost force myself to be successful with the music that I was doing. It just keeps me really grateful, for everything,” Peep says in the video’s intro. Concert footage was pulled from a stop in London on April 7, 2017, Chicago on April 9, 2017 and his last live performance in El Paso, Texas on November 14, 2017 just days before the GOTHBOICLIQUE artist died of an accidental overdose.
The emotional and candid video follows his Vertigo EP reissue alongside three new music videos back in March. His posthumous album Everybody’s Everything was released alongside his documentary and featured a visual for “Keep My Coo” video.
Watch the “crybaby” above. In more music updates, an Avicii museum is opening in Stockholm, Sweden to honor the late, great electronic producer and DJ.