Lil Peep’s Mom is Proud Of His Posthumous Album – Details Here!
There was a traditional listening party held in Manhattan for Lil Peep’s posthumous album, “Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2”. Amongst the attendants was press, his label big wigs and his mother, Liza Womack. As his music played it was hard not to look at her and wonder what she was thinking hearing her son’s vocals over the music. When the listening session was over, Ms. Womack answered that question for us as well as for the audience present. To the producers on the album she issued her congratulations and to his label she issued her approval of the album.
To Lil Peep fans, Liza Womack let it be known that had he been alive, “Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2”, is the album he would have made and/ or approved.
“This is an important album because it’s the work of a creative, young, trailblazing artist,” she stated. “This album is important also because Gus is dead, but this is the album he would’ve made if he were living… Gus cared deeply about his music, and he cared far more about the quality of his work than making it big.”
“Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 2” drops on November 9.
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