Lil Peep has been dead for just under a year now, and with fans craving new music from the deceased artist his family and management deliver the long awaited “Come Over When You’re Sober” rendition, the second version of the project samples a more up-lifted, and less emotional peep on a lot of the tracks.
You hear professional Mixing and Mastering on some previously released tracks that some what went under the radar, like 16 Lines, and “Life Is Beautiful” which has been in rotation as the track “Life” for over a year now. Some fans are arguing that the mixing is taking away from that gritty emotional sound we so desperately long for when listening to music from Gustav, but for the time being, light a blunt, and relax.
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