Lil Peep’s 4th Death Anniversary Memorialized With a New Single

The 4th death anniversary of the American rapper, Lil Peep, who died tragically on November 15, 2017, was commemorated with a new single.

Gustav Elijah Åhr, known by his stage name Lil Peep, was born on November 1, 1996, in Allentown, Pennsylvania, U.S. Lil Peep, who spent his youth in Long Island, New York, met with music here. American Rapper attracted attention with the mixtapes of Lil Peep; Part One, Live Forever, Crybaby and Hellboy, which he shared on SoundCloud in 2015 and 2016.

Lil Peep signed with First Access Entertainment the month of CryBaby’s release, marking a turning point in his career. Lil Peep formed a friendship with Sarah Stennett, CEO, and co-founder of First Access Entertainment,Gustav get supported by Sarah financially and morally and she played a major role in charting his own path.

Later that Peep released the “HellBoy” Mixtape. Mixtape’s songs ”Girls” and ”OMFG” received great acclaim and reached millions of listeners on SoundCloud and YouTube. The success of the HellBoy Mixtape brought Lil Peep on his first solo tour in the United States. The Peep Show Tour took place in April, May 2017.

Soon after the tour was done, Peep emigrated to London, England. And in that days Lil Peep released his debut studio album, Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1, on August 15, 2017( Following Lil Peep’s death, this Album entered the Billboard 200 at #168 and sold 16,000 album-equivalent units the following week, peaking at #38). He also took his first world tour, starting in the UK in September and moving to Germany before finishing in the United States in November, which was cut short by his death.

Gustav, whose presence we feel again in our hearts with the song “Right Here” shared with his fans on the 4th anniversary of his death, gives the message “I’m still right here, I’ll always be here” to his fans with the melancholic accents we are familiar with in the song.

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