1. After all, Peep made no secret of his depression and his drug use. It’s impossible to choose one Lil Peep song among his prolific output that is the single greatest fan favorite, but “Girls” would be a serious contender for that title. “More wine, more wine, baby pour another cup” Peep sings on this trap track with frequent collaborator Lil Tracy. Gustav Elijah Åhr (November 1, 1996 – November 15, 2017), better known by his stage name Lil Peep, was an American rapper and singer-songwriter from Long Beach, Long Island, New York. He wasn’t fond of being called a “Soundcloud rapper” -- partly because his reach went far beyond any one platform, and because in recent months he transcended rap and sang more often than not. It was a wonderful, communal night, but one that seemed tinged with melancholy. The two even shared an apartment in London. At the time of his death Peep had songs with over 100 different artists and producers, and had become close friends with many people including superstar Post Malone. Years after his death, posthumous music is still coming out from Peep as songs he was producing before he died are starting to get released (like “Spotlight”). By this time—2016—his videos were still homespun, but increasingly artful. 2019 saw the release of EVERYBODY’S EVERYTHING, a documentary that chronicled Peep’s life, from his upbringing in Long Island to his rising status in the underground scene and the rap industry, up until his tragic death. Released over the summer as a prelude to his first album, it captures him on tour in Europe, goofing around in an airport, mugging with an M&M, hugging fans, at times positively beaming. But it’s on view in this darkly absurdist high school-set clip, released only three months ago. How many times have we seen artists wear their addictions and their issues on their sleeve and you hope against hope that they’ll make it to the other side? Peep -- no fan of school -- dons the khakis and the polo, does detention and is forced to write “I WILL NOT NOD OFF IN CLASS” on the chalkboard. Top 10 Most Depressing LiL PEEP Songs thanks to everyone who comes to my streams! Stream sad lil peep songs, a playlist by ★sebastian★ from desktop or your mobile device. To play this content, you'll need the Spotify app. He is known as a pioneer of the “emo-rap” genre, which combines moody lyrics about depression, loneliness, and relationships with modern trap beats. And he seemed ambivalent about the single most-quoted assessment of him, when, A 2015 track with an infectious hook that never failed to get the crowd going at his live shows, it may be Peep’s simplest video: nothing more than our hero smoking a spliff, and conspicuously, Lil Peep's Death: Diplo, Post Malone, Pete Wentz & More React. Sentimentality and nostalgia for a high school relationship punctuate this track accompanied by a rooftop video. Rest in peace lil peep, you really changed my lifewill be always remembered A mix of sad/calm lil peep songs. OMFG 0:00 - 3:21 9. Stream sad lil peep songs, a playlist by ★sebastian★ from desktop or your mobile device. Peep -- no fan of school -- dons the khakis and the polo, does detention and is forced to write “I WILL NOT NOD OFF IN CLASS” on the chalkboard. sad lil peep songs by ★sebastian★ published on 2017-03-21T04:36:39Z. 1. the way i see things (prod. By this time—2016—his videos were still homespun, but increasingly artful. A 2015 track with an infectious hook that never failed to get the crowd going at his live shows, it may be Peep’s simplest video: nothing more than our hero smoking a spliff, and conspicuously not sharing it with the guy next to him. Peep later became a member of GOTHBOICLIQUE after being introduced to them by prominent underground music blogger The Internet Hippy. GOTHBOICLIQUE was the final group Peep would be a member of before his tragic death on November 15, 2017. Peep undercuts the moodiness of the track with self-effacing titles like “Why you acting so weird?,” “What u mean,” “I Gotta Chill” and “Sheesh.” As a mark of how long ago this one was shot -- late 2015 -- much of Peep’s familiar ink is missing, including the “Crybaby” tattoo over his right eye that came to be his signature. During Peep’s years in the SoundCloud rap scene, he managed to build an impressive network of friends and collaborators. Compellingly weird, this video finds a stoned, neon-clad Peep with an eclectic collection of goth girls, an outré hotel room and live flamingos. This was in part due to his time in the RVIDXR KLVN off-shoot group SCHEMAPOSSE. After all, Peep made no secret of his depression and his drug use.