Originally released in 2015 but later removed from streaming services due to clearance issues, “Star Shopping” by Lil Peep has been re-issued on all digital markets. The Kyrptic-produced single samples “Never Mess With Sunday” by Yppah, and is considered a classic cut from Peep’s early discography.
Ms. Womach also revealed a video for “Gym Class” is on the way as well, another record that Peep’s camp recently re-released earlier this month.

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His mother, Liza Womack, also spoke on the re-release and origin’s of “Star Shopping.”

“Gus actually composed the lyrics to ‘Star Shopping’ on his phone, in his Notes app, on August 16, 2015 — right after a trip to Cambridge for his grandfather’s birthday. The song wasn’t uploaded to SoundCloud until December of that year. That was Gus’s big song, as he got many views and likes on it right away–20k in 24 hours, and over a hundred thousand in a week. He was very excited about that.”

“He made the ‘Gym Class’ video with his friend and collaborator, Killstation. Killstation recalled that the photos used as overlays for the videos title and frame animations were drawn by Gus–using a sharpie on a paper towel, as there was no paper in their house.”

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