The opening frame of Lil Peep's "Save That Shit" video opens with a message from his mother, Liza Womack: “In loving memory of my son Gus.”

Peep's collaborators have made it clear that there will be posthumous music and videos released in the wake of his death, and the video for one of his biggest songs "Save That Shit" is the first to surface. Piecing together candid footage of Peep with scenes of a romantic interest, the Mezzy and Heavy Rayn-directed video premiered on Worldstar Tuesday afternoon.

As for unreleased music from Peep, both Womack and producer Smokeasac have said it's on the way. Smokeasac explained, "It will come out when the time is right. When Peep's family approves. Just know it exists. Be patient for Gus."

You can watch the video for "Save That Shit" above and continue for clips from the moving tribute set for Peep at Rolling Loud SoCal this weekend.

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