Lil Peep roams the streets in the visuals for Clams Casino produced "4 Gold Chains."
Lil Peep's untimely death shocked the hip-hop community, but the young emo-rapper's memory is still going strong. With Come Over When You're Sober II on the horizon, it would appear that a posthumous push is in the works. We already know that Peep's team is taking his music seriously, and intend on doing him justice. Over the weekend, a new collaboration with Clams Casino hit official streaming services, marking the first official release from Peep's camp in a minute. Shortly after came some accompanying visuals, which find Peep roaming the streets in a blunt-fuelled haze.
The minimalist clip is simply in nature, but reflective of Peep's isolated vibe. Directed by Peep himself & cinematographer Heavy Rayn, the clip is far more DIY than some of his big budget videos. In that regard, it's not without a unique sense of charm. While it may be slightly haunting to see Peep again, "4 Gold Chains" serves as a reminder of what might have been.