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While fans continue to mourn Lil Peep’s death from a reported overdose of Fentanyl and Xanax, questions surrounding the young rapper’s unreleased music have emerged. Last week, one of Lil Peep’s most prominent producers Smokeasac tweeted about Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2, an unannounced sequel to his only 2017 release, Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 1.

So far there’s been no official word from Lil Peep’s family about the project, but considering that the rapper only released a few smallish projects in 2017, there’s certainly more music for him to release.

Smokeasac also penned a lengthy tribute to Lil Peep on his website, writing:

Gus truly loved life. His death is a huge tragedy for all of us. He would want me to tell everyone to support your friends, watch their back, if they are struggling with issues that are too big for them to manage…get them to seek professional medical attention. Do not try to find your answers in the street. Honor him. Give his death meaning.


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