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We’re Losing Another Rap Generation Right Before Our Eyes
The question of the moment is the question of the decade: Are things just always bad, or are they historically bad?
Lil Peep’s Mom Alleges His Manager Pressured Him to Abuse Xanax; They Deny It
His management claims they tried to get him off drugs.
Lil Peep Documentary Is a Deeply Affecting Character Study of the Late Rapper
arrives at some kind of truth about the risks and rewards of an artist with seemingly no boundaries.
the week in rap
This Week in Rap: Smino Gets Silky, Cupcakke Pushes Boundaries, and More
Featuring Smino, Cupcakke, Zilla Rocca, and Lil Peep.
The Triumph and Tragedy of Lil Peep’s
Come Over When You’re Sober
Posthumous albums are a gift and a curse.
Terrence Malick Is Making a Documentary About Lil Peep
He’s a friend of the family.
songs of the week
10 Best New Songs of the Week: Troye Sivan, Parliament, Kendrick Lamar, Lil Peep
score balances both halves of the movie’s heart gorgeously.
Lil Peep, Rising Emo Rapper, Is Dead at 21
He reportedly died of a drug overdose.
Rap’s Borderless Future Is Here
Lil Uzi Vert, iLoveMakonnen, Lil Peep, and a few others are pioneering a new form of rap that sounds completely unfamiliar.
The Unappealing World of Lil Peep, Explained
Maybe some music is only for teenagers.