Lil Peep Net Worth 2020, Biography, Family, Career, and Death.
Lil Peep Net Worth 2020 – Lil Peep who was described as a SoundCloud rapper and an emo rapper was an American rapper, singer, songwriter and record producer.
He was known for being a part of the post-emo revival style of hip-hop.
He described music as a channel for expressing the part of himself he doesn’t show on social media, the part that suffers depression and anxiety. His death sparked up the conversation about addiction and mental health.
Biography of Lil Peep
Lil Peep was born on November 1, 1996, as Gustav Elijah Åhr, in Pennsylvania and grew up on Long Island, New York. He was of Irish, German and Swedish descent.
He attended Long Beach High School in Lido Beach, New York, and made good grades even getting his name on the dean’s list. But he doesn’t like going to school and so he dropped out, taking online courses to earn his diploma.
Knowing that he was destined to do something creative, he began posting his music on YouTube and SoundCloud and garnered a large audience. He was going to try his hands on things like fashion and acting.
He moved to Los Angeles at 17 and began to record his own songs. In 2015, he released his debut mixtape, Lil Peep Part One, and two full-length mixtapes: Crybaby and Hellboy in 2016.
He released his first album, Come Over When You’re Sober (Part One) on August 15, 2017. He worked on a contract with First Access Entertainment writing songs and doing public performances and was managed by Chase Ortega.
His real name was Gustav Åhr. He was originally from Pennsylvania; but he grew up in Long Beach, New York. His mother, Liza Womack, was a first-grade teacher while his father, Karl Johan, taught college.
Lil Peep’s Career
He was part of the post-emo revival hip-hop style. Lil Peep’s only studio album Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1 was released in 2017.
The album reached #3 on the US Alternative chart as well as #13 on the US Rap, #16 on the US R&B/Hip-Hop, and #38 on the Billboard 200 charts. He released the mixtapes Lil Peep Part One, Live Forever, Crybaby, and Hellboy.
Lil Peep also released the EPs Feelz, Vertigo, California Girls (with Nedarb Nagrom), Teen Romance, Castles (with Lil Tracy), and Castles II (with Lil Tracy).
He had success with the singles “Awful Things” (featuring Lil Tracy) and “Spotlight” (with Marshmello). Lil Peep passed away on November 15, 2017, at 21 years old from a Fentanyl-Xanax accidental overdose.
Lil Peep was already beginning to make waves in the music industry and still had a long way to go. His death which occurred on November 15, 2017, in his tour bus, in Tuscan, Arizona came as a shock to thousands of fans and the hip-hop community.
He posted on his Instagram page about his use of drugs, though he said the substances didn’t help and advised against drug use.
The cause of his death was suspected to be a drug overdose but was confirmed by a report on TMZ.com which stated that he died of combined toxic effects of fentanyl and alprazolam.
His manager was the first to confirm his death via a tweet which said he has been expecting Peep’s death for a year.
His family and friends gathered on November 20 at A.L. Jacobsen’s Funeral Home in Huntington Station. His body was cremated and his ashes buried in a private service in the place where he said he felt most at home.
Lil Peep Net Worth
Lil Peep was an American rapper, singer, songwriter, and record producer who had a net worth of $300 thousand dollars at the time of his death.