Watch The Trailer For The Lil Peep Documentary, Everybody's Everything

A moving trailer for Everybody's Everything, the documentary about late emo rapper Lil Peep, has been released.

Watch The Trailer For The Lil Peep Documentary, Everybody's Everything

A moving trailer for Everybody’s Everything, the feature-length documentary about late emo rapper Lil Peep – real name Gustav Elijah Åhr – was released today.

Co-directed by Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silyan, and executive-produced by famed filmmaker Terrence Malick, alongside Lil Peep’s mother, Liza Womack and Sarah Stennett, the CEO of First Access Entertainment, the film details the all-too-short life of the rapper as well as offering an intimate glimpse at his childhood and life growing up, courtesy of home video footage.

The film itself was premiered at South By Southwest earlier this year, and, if the trailer is anything to go by, looks set to be an incredibly moving experience that tells the story of Peep, his rise to fame and his struggles with addiction.

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It was those addictions, of course, that led to the rapper’s death at the age of 21 in November 2017, after accidentally overdosing on fentanyl and Xanax. His death came three months after the release of his debut album, Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1, three months earlier. After his death, the album reached number 38 on the Billboard album charts.

The trailer, which you can see below, begins with his mother talking about him and is interspersed those private home videos of Peep as a child, as well as professionally shot videos of the rapper performing before his career was tragically cut short.

The trailer also shows clips of Post Malone and iLoveMakonnen talking about Lil Peep, as well as the rapper himself addressing his anxieties and insecurities, many of which, it seems, were exacerbated by the stressful demands of touring and being in the spotlight.

The film is set to be released in cinemas in November.

In November last year, Lil Peep’s family oversaw the release of Come Over When You’re Sober Pt. 2, the posthumous follow-up to the rapper’s first record. According to his mother, another posthumous release is also in the works.

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