A Lil Peep documentary is en route and can be government produced by Terrence Malick, in accordance with an Oct. 31 New York Times function.
Malick -- who's answerable for directing Badlines and The Thin Red Line -- is a good friend of Peep's household. Along with the documentary, a brand new soundtrack can be on the best way, reviews The Times' Jon Caramanica.
The origin of Peep's posthumous document "Falling Down," which options XXXTentacion, was additionally revealed within the newest function. According to Caramanica, Peep's circle weren't eager on the concept of remodeling his unique iLoveMakonnen collaboration "Sunlight on Your Skin" in favor of the late rapper, as a result of "extreme allegations" pinned towards him.
Peep's mom, Liza Womack, additionally wasn't initially open to the joint collaboration between her son and XXXTentacion, however later reconsidered after assembly with the "Sad!" rapper's mom, Cleopatra Bernard. The tune was ultimately authorised by each moms. Lil Peep's new album Come Over When You're Sober Pt. 2 drops Nov. 9.