Lil Peep’s 2015 EP ‘Feelz’ Hits Streaming Services, Video For Title Track R
In a statement shared with instagram On Friday, the history of the EP – which dates back to the very early days of 2015 after Peep returned from an influential trip to Pasadena – was detailed.
“In mid-March, he had requested and received the only two things he needed to make music on his own, using his laptop in his bedroom: a condenser microphone and a pair of Beats headphones. C is shortly after Gus did Feelz,” the statement bed.
To listen Feelz via the streamer of your choice here. The re-release of the EP was further commemorated by sharing a official video (see above) for its title track. As revealed on Friday statementfootage was also captured for the track “Life”, although those footage was ultimately “never made” into a full video.
Feelz‘ wide distribution follows the deployment last December of Haute couture, a three-track Peep made with producer Harry Fraud. Other posthumous re-releases include the 2020 streaming debut of the widely celebrated 2016 mixtape Hellboyfeaturing some of Peep’s most beloved songs including Horsehead’s collaboration “Girls” and Lil Tracy’s “The Song They Played (When I Crashed Into the Wall)”.
Earlier this year, rolling stone reported that a judge had upheld allegations of neglect and wrongful death that Peep’s mother, Liza Womack, made in connection with his 2017 death at the age of 21.