Trailer Released For Lil Peep Documentary ‘Everybody’s Everything’ | Music News
Lil Peep passed in 2017, he was one of the most prominent figures in emo-rap, and to remember his life and times, a 115-minute documentary about his life is set to be released titled Everybody’s Everything, and the first trailer has been unveiled.
The documentary is directed by Sebastian Jones and Ramez Silvan, and it’s produced by Terrence Malick, Sarah Stennette and Peep’s mother Liza Womack, with the soundtrack put together by Patrick Stump.
This documentary includes interviews from fellows artists including Post Malone and iLoveMakonnen. It’s an intimate behind-the-scene offering which explores Lil Peep’s unprecedented rise to stardom along with his struggles with anxiety and depression. It’s a character study alongside the scene in which he exploded and the characters that were around him.
Also, the majority of the interviews take place in the character’s bedroom, in homage to the singer for whom, bedrooms were the place of artistic and emotional freedom.
In the trailer, we discover Peep’s mom recounting the origins of his stage name: “The night that he was born, he looked at me with these big eyes, and he was just like a little peep”. And also she tells of his ambition to “revolutionize music”.
Furthermore, the title of the documentary echoes his latest Instagram post in which he wrote: “I just wanna be everybody’s everything I want too much from people but then I don’t want anything from them“.
The rapper died in an accidental overdose at the age of 21, while on his tour bus in Tuscon, Arizona. Peep’s last album Come Over When You’re Sober Pt.2 was posthumously released by his family.
The documentary is to hits theatre in November. In the meantime, watch the trailer here:
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