The first trailer for the new Lil Peep documentary, Everybody’s Everything, is out now.
The documentary, which premiered at this year’s South by Southwest Festival, pays tribute to the late rapper who died of an overdose in 2017. The trailer opens with footage of Peep (real name Gustav Åhr) performing in front of a crowd and later cuts to old home videos of the rapper as a child. “The night that he was born, he looked at me with these big eyes, and he was just like a little peep,” his mother Liza Womack narrates.
The teaser also features exclusive interviews with Peep’s family and friends, including Post Malone and iLoveMakonnen. Everybody’s Everything is directed by Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silyan, and executive produced by Womack, filmmaker Terrence Malick and Sarah Stennett who advised Peep on his career.
Earlier in July, Womack announced that a second posthumous album featuring Peep’s unreleased materials is in the works. She had previously lent her support to other posthumous offerings, including Come Over When You’re Sober Pt 2. The record, which was the sequel to the rapper’s 2017 debut album, featured songs like “Life is Beautiful” and “Runaway.”
Everybody’s Everything hits US theaters in November. Check out the trailer below: