Lil Peep drops all his feelings on “Save That Shit.”
Lil Peep’s Come Over When You’re Sober recently dropped, and the divisive New York rapper’s debut project is already garnering mixed reviews. Lil Peep’s moniker and preferred production aesthetic reveal a clear appreciation for hip-hop. The percussion is heavily inspired by trap producers like Metro Boomin’ & Zaytoven, but vocally, Peep never shies from his emo roots.
The album’s second track “Save That Shit” opens with a beat that wouldn’t necessarily sound out of place on a more traditional “hip-hop” album, with melancholic guitar work and frenetic percussion.
Take a listen below