Lil Peep's fans are still reeling from the news of his passing, but it appears there's a little bit of hope on the way. Smokeasac, who produced the entirety of Lil Peep's Come Over When You're Sober Part I, tweeted out "come over when you're sober part 2" on December 7th. He later told fans to show the love if they wanted the album, stating "if you want it to drop rt this peep is not done... hes just getting started part 2 exists and we have more." In case you didn't know, Lil Peep's mother  Liza Womack has also echoed the sentiment, imploring fans to keep supporting Peep's music and sustain his legacy. She also confirmed that new music would be coming out, so it's good to confirm the rollout has her blessing. 

From the sound of it, Peep had finished Come Over When You're Sober Part 2 before his passing, which means fans will be getting to hear the sequel as Peep intended it, without any alterations. Smokeasac has confirmed his intention to keep Peep's flame burning strong, previously writing "me and peep aren't done yet. il gonna carry on his legacy until the end of my time. we still have unreleased beautiful music that we've made throughout the year. #lilpeepforever." The dedication is admirable, and if you're one of those who want more music from Lil Peep, head over to Smokeasac's Twitter page and show some love.

It was recently confirmed that Lil Peep died from an accidental overdose of Fentanyl and Xanax. His memory has been preserved by his family, fans, and collaborators.