The passing of Lil Peep was one of the most tragic moments of last year as the entire hip-hop community mourned his loss simultaneously. One of the most promising young artists to make an impact on music, Peep is gone too soon as his void has been felt throughout the last year. While the reality that the artist has passed is still fresh to many of us, demos and unreleased recordings exist, allowing an opportunity for his legacy to live on, should his family want any new music to be released. Producer Bighead worked with Peep on several tracks and looks to have hold of a collaboration between Peep and Rich The Kid.
Bighead posted up on Instagram live, previewing a track that the two collaborated on before Peep's untimely passing. While the song may never see the light of day, fans of the late artist are hoping that it drops sometime in the future. Frequent collaborator Smokeasac confirmed earlier this year that the follow-up to Come Over When You're Sober is still on the way. Could the RTK collaboration be included on the project?
What do you think of the previewed track? Do you think it should be released or should it be left among Peep's unreleased material?