Columbia Records described 19-track project as a “lovingly-curated collection of songs from Lil Peep’s career.” It delivers a mix of never-before-heard records and previously released fan-favorites, like “Ghost Boy,” “Cobain,” and “White Tee.” The album's title is a reference to an Instagram post Lil Peep shared on Nov. 14, 2017, one day before he died of an accidental overdose.
Everybody’s Everything shares a title with a full-length documentary about the life and career of late 21-year-old rapper. The film premiered at the SXSW Film Festival earlier this year, and has hit U.S. theaters this week.
Everybody’s Everything follows Lil Peep’s 2018 posthumous album, Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2, and the recently released three-track EP, Goth Angel Sinner. The album boasts guest appearances by Lil Tracy, Rich the Kid, ILOVEMAKONNEN, and more.
You can stream the project now on Apple Music and Spotify.