Watch Lil Peep’s First Posthumous Video for “Save That Shit”

Watch Lil Peep’s First Posthumous Video for “Save That Shit”

Lil Peep's musicals plans for the future are going forward.

Lil Peep's musicals plans for the future are going forward.

Text: Jake Viswanath

Even though his life was tragically cut short, Lil Peep left a momentous impact with his impressive repertoire, already ensuring that his legacy will live on forever. But now, not only will his spirit live on, but his future musical plans will still be fulfilled. To honor the rapper's career, his family will roll out the songs and visuals that he had planned to release in 2018, starting with his first posthumous music video for "Save That Shit," a standout cut from his album Come Over When You're Sober.

The new video, directed by Lil Peep's friends and frequent collaborators Mezzy and Heavyrayn, splices clips from the rapper's live performances with newer footage of a girl going about her day and waiting for him to respond, creating an abstract storyline that still carries the deep emotion and reliability he was so renowned for."The ultimate goal here to me is to do anything that we can to spread Gus' music and to color inside of the lines he created through his art," Mezzy said about the new video.

"It's been a hard time for all of us who loved Gus and we are going through the process of coming to terms with our loss," the rapper's mother Liza Womack said in a statement. "Peep would have wanted his collaborators to move forward with his plan for the release of music and visuals in 2018 as he had originally intended. So today, we are starting that process by releasing the video for 'Save That Shit'." The video candidly remembers his hard work, vibrant personality, and relationship with his fan, making it a poignant first look following his death. Watch below.

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