The song will mark the late rapper’s first posthumous release.
It’s been about seven weeks since emerging rapper Lil Peep passed away of apparent drug
overdose, and this Friday, fans will hear the late MC’s first
original posthumous record, a collaboration with Marshmello.
Titled “Spotlight,” the dance-pop producer shared the
stark, red and black artwork for the single. A shirtless,
ghostly-image of Lil Peep stands shaking his head into a
blur. Marshmello has been quite vocal about his support
for the rapper in the wake of his passing. He told fans on
Twitter that he never intended to release the track, until Lil
Peep’s mother requested as much of her son’s music be released
Look out for “Spotlight” to be released Friday, Jan. 12, and
check the official artwork out below.
— marshmello (@marshmellomusic) January 10, 2018