After previously teasing listeners with an audio release in January, EDM DJ and Producer Marshmello has shared the video for his Lil Peep collaboration, "Spotlight." Watch it below.

In light of Peep's passing, the new visuals directed by Nick Koenig, (who previously directed the rapper's video for the track, "Awful Things") centers around relationships and heartbreak. While the rapper's presence in the neon-themed video is sorely missed, his clear and distinctive vocals can be heard above the chill, trap-style beat.

In a press release, Koenig noted, “Like Peep’s passing, no one got to say goodbye properly but the objects he left us (his body of work both musical and social) remain ours to share in our relationship with him.” In the following statement, Marshmello said, “For this video, I just wanted what Gus would have wanted. And I think this is exactly it.”

Need more music goodness? Check out the Black Panther official soundtrack.

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