Before Lil Peep's death in November 2017, the rapper shared a music video for a song called "16 Lines," shot in April 2017. Around the time of the release of Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 2, Lil Peep's first posthumous project, "16 Lines" was scrubbed from the internet and a new, expanded version appeared on the album. That new version can now be heard in the OG "16 Lines" video, which was returned to the internet on Wednesday. The clip is directed by Wiggy, who also handled the iconic "White Wine" video. Videos for the COWYSP2 tracks "Life Is Beautiful" and "Runaway" are also out now.
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