Lil Peep’s posthumous album to arrive in November

The news was released alongside a new song and video.

The estate of Lil Peep—real name Gustav Ahr—has revealed the late rapper’s posthumous album, Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt 2, will arrive on November 9 via Columbia Records.

The news, unveiled last night on his Instagram, was shared by his mother Liza Womack. “It’s just what we all would have expected from Gus. Thanks to smokeasac [Lil Peep’s producer] for pouring his heart and soul into it all of these months,” she wrote.

Besides album release details, Womack also shared the video for “Cry Alone,” the first single off the record. Directed by Maxwell Murders, the clip pieces together grainy, year-old footage of a purple-haired Peep wandering through the streets of San Francisco at night. “I don’t wanna die alone right now / I just did a line of blow right now,” the rapper says on the hook while staring into the camera. It’s almost as eerie as its bittersweet.


COWYS Pt 2 will be a double album with 11 tracks in total. Pre-order the record here.

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