Lil Peep Honoured with New Posthumous Music Video

Lil Peep Honoured with New Posthumous Music Video
Following a tragic drug overdose last month, fallen rapper Lil Peep is being honoured with a new video. The visuals come for his track "Save That Shit," and you can watch them all play out now.

As a tribute to the rapper born Gustav Åhr, the clip starts with a touching message from Peep's mother stating, "In loving memory of my son Gus." The Mezzy and Heavy Ryan-directed clip then turns the lens on late rapper's life both on and off the stage, with plenty of goofing-off moments that just make the whole thing all that more affecting.

You can watch the newly shared video for "Save That Shit" below.

The song appeared on Lil Peep's debut studio album Come over When You're Sober, Pt. 1, which was released earlier this year.

As previously reported, the medical examiner ruled that Lil Peep died of a drug overdose connected to the deadly fentanyl and alprazolam (a generic form of the anti-anxiety drug Xanax). His death was ruled accidental. Åhr was just 21 when he died on November 15.