The Lil Peep documentary Everybody's Everything,features a few seconds of a music video from the emo-rapper's early days called "Keep My Coo." Before blowing up with his mixtape Hellboy, Peep was a tattooed 18-year-old rapper from Long Island, making very low budget music videos with his friends, and "Keep My Coo" has that home movie vibe. Peep's still very much finding his voice on "Keep My Coo," but there are still glimpses of the charm and recklessness that would come to define his music and life, tragically cut short. Watch the music video for "Keep My Coo" above, and read The FADER's review of Everybody's Everything here. "Keep My Coo" appears on the Everybody's Everything soundtrack, streaming below.