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Following the release of Lil Peep and XXXTentacion‘s posthumous song “Falling Down,”Variety reports that an album from the former is on the way. A source close to the publication revealed that a compilation of unreleased material will drop via Columbia records in the coming months.

Details around its release are scarce, but it’s likely the aforementioned track will appear on the final master. The source later added that Peep, born Gustav Åhr, had stockpiled many unreleased tracks.

Following his death in November, Marshmello officially released the single “Spotlight,” and Juicy J shared the song “Got ‘Em Like,” featuring Peep and Wiz Khalifa. The Clams Casino track “4 Gold Chains” was later released in May.

Revisit “Falling Down” below.

In other music news, Heaven’s Gate cult threatens legal action over Lil Uzi Vert’s artwork for “New Patek.”

Words by Candice Nembhard
Staff Writer

A Berlin-based gal from Brum.

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