Music news website Hits Daily Double has reported that Lil Peep‘s unreleased discography has been cleared for release on Columbia Records. The 21-year-old rapper died of an overdose in November, and has a handful of unreleased material in the vault including a follow-up to his debut album “Come Over When You’re Sober.”
A few post-humous releases have come to light since his death, including a collaboration with Marshmello titled “Spotlight.”
At the time of his death, Lil Peep was managed by Sarah Stennett, and it looks as if she’ll continue to handle all future releases under his name in partnership with Columbia.
Stay tuned for more information on this developing story.