The Rollout has begun for Lil Peep’s “Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2.”
Last November, Gustav Elijah Åhr, aka, Lil Peep, died from an accidental overdose of fentanyl and alprazolam. He was aged 21. Lil Peep was actually working on an album at the time of his death. It was the sequel to his debut Come Over When You’re Sober Part 1. Upon his death, Peep’s camp promised they would handle the rollout when the time was right. As the anniversary of his death looms over our heads, it would appear the album release is imminent.
Lil Peep’s team took to instagram to tease the album as they shared a photo of a “test tape” for Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2, which implies the project has been finished since September 14th. The same was also done via Lil Peep’s official twitter account. Besides these teases via SM we do not have any extra information at the moment. But one thing is clear though, the rollout has officially kicked off. Expect artwork and a concrete release date to follow shortly.
— GOTH ANGEL SINNER (@Lilpeep) October 15, 2018
Lil Peep’s death continues to be mourned by his fans, who no doubt anticipate the upcoming sequel. WHile there are those who may not have known the rapper before his death, this new roll-out is an opportunity to get familiar. Before his death last year, Lil Peep was even considered to be the biggest emo icon of the past few years. Though his first installment of Come Over When You’re Sober was met with a rather lukewarm response from our own commentariat, it’s entirely possible that many have changed their tune now that Peep is no longer among us. In any case, now might be the time to revisit Come Over When You’re Sober, which has been described as “pinnacle emo rap.”