“Spotlight” will be released on January 12th.
Following the tragic death of Lil Peep, there have been talks about releasing post-humous music from the Goth Boi Clique affiliate. Apparently the ’emo rapper’ has a vault filled with unreleased material, including a part two to his debut album “Come Over When You’re Sober.”
EDM sensation Marshmello looks to unveil the first new track from Peep since his death in November, tweeting “Marshmello x @Lilpeep this Friday,” followed by, “I didn’t plan on releasing the song until Peep’s mom reached out and told me she wanted her sons music to come out. What am I supposed to do?”
Marshmello x @Lilpeep this Friday ???
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) January 6, 2018
I didn’t plan on releasing the song until peeps mom reached out and told me she wanted her sons music to come out…what am I supposed to do? https://t.co/wpJQLvSZvv
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) January 7, 2018
Confirmed by an Instagram post on Peep’s account, the collaboration titled “Spotlight” will be released on Friday, January 12th. View the official album artwork below, and stay tuned for more information on the upcoming release from Marshmello and Lil Peep.