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Lil Peep’s posthumous music video for “Save That Shit” opens with a touching dedication from his mother, Liza Womack, and is directed by Mezzy and Heavy Rayn.

“Save That Shit” appeared on Peep’s first and only studio album, Come Over When You’re Sober (Part One), just a few months before the rapper tragically died of an overdose at the age of 21.

His latest music video is the first of what are expected to be several posthumous releases, as confirmed by his producer.

The visual, which you can watch above, combines concert footage with candid shots of Peep — with friends, family, and fans — to create a powerful video of the late rapper, his music, and his life.

Next, watch Lil Peep’s Long Beach memorial service in its entirety here.

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