The highly anticipated posthumous EP Goth Angel Sinner from late rapper Lil Peep is here. The extended play features three songs and was produced by Fish Narc.
Peep recorded Goth Angel Sinner following his first headlining tour The Peep Show. The project was originally announced in October 2017, just one month before the rapper’s death.
The songs on the EP – “Moving On,” “Belgium,” and “When I Lie” – could already be found on internet forums and bootleg sites, but this is the first time they have been originally released.
Alongside the EP, the “When I Lie” music video was also released on YouTube. According to Peep’s frequent collaborator Rayn, the video was shot in Hamburg during the Come Over When You’re Sober Tour.
“Peep, and I shot “When I Lie” while on the Come Over When You’re Sober Tour,” said Rayn. “We were in Hamburg, Germany getting ready to do a show. It was a spur of the moment video. As soon as someone from the venue led us down to the green room, Peep and I looked at each other and said we have to shoot a video here.”
You can listen to “Moving On” and “Belgium” on YouTube as well.
It was recently revealed that another posthumous record with Lil Peep’s music might be in the works. Back in 2018, his estate released a posthumous studio album Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2.