Long Island Vs. The World!
It’s been a little over 11 months after Lil Peep’s untimely and tragic overdose, but friends and family alike are keeping his legacy alive. Whether it’s the collaborative track between XXXtentacion or dated interviews finally surfacing to the internet, Peep’s impact on emo’s post revival and rap’s ever changing landscape are being felt more and more everyday.
In anticipation for the second part to his “Come Over When You’re Sober” series MaxDotBam releases a rare visual for “Cry Alone”. Shot all the way back in May of 2017, this video was a spontaneous one. Singing about his hatred for his hometown and laughing at the ones who doubted, Peep night crawls the streets of Berkeley as the distorted guitar leads play behind him. Watch the new visual for “Cry Alone” below and celebrate the life of Lil Peep.
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