Rapper Lil Peep was tragically found dead on his debate train hours before he was meant to perform at a gig in Arizona this week.
The YouTube star is reported to have died from a drug overdose following conjecture from his fans, after disturbing Instagram posts hours before his death and in a statement from the Medical Examiner.
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However, it will be around 6 to eight weeks before the means of his death is verified.
Lil Peep rose to fame on Soundcloud and Youtube and had a series of hits after releasing a mixtapes and EPs.
Most recently this April, Lil Peep successfully available his entrance album, Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 1 on 15 August, 2017.
In 2015, he expelled his entrance mixtape, Lil Peep Part One and following from that he expelled his first EP called Feelz.
Live Forever was his second mixtape and in Jun 2016, he expelled his third tape, Crybaby. After he expelled Hellboy.
He then expelled 3 additional EPs: California Girls, Castles, and Teen Romance.
Here are some of his biggest hits:
Awful Things (ft. Lil Tracy)
This lane from Come Over When You’re Sober (Pt. 1) has 15,605,407 YouTube views (at present) and was expelled two months ago.
White Wine (ft. Lil Tracy)
This was another renouned lane featuring frequent co-operator Lil Tracy. The strain is suave and he pays loyalty to Amy Winehouse with a mural of her. The strain has garnered 9,958,884 views.
This video was party shot in Russia and Lil Peep is donning a immature and pinkish mistake fur coat.
The strain is shot on a rooftop, and foretells one of his high school relationships. The strain has 5,102,000 views.
This is a video where Lil Peep is smiling throughout. The lane was expelled over the summer as a preface to his first manuscript and shows him on debate in Europe, backstage, in an airport, and also hugging fans.The strain has 5,247,743 views.