Everybody's Everything

Lil Peep - Everybody's Everything
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Based on 9 reviews
2019 Ratings: #494 / 767
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Not only highlighting an upsetting loss in the music industry but setting the bar for emo-trap; a sound that can often come across as gimmicky, this album exceeds our expectations and is a righteous example of Lil Peep’s art.

Released to accompany the documentary of the same name, this compilation tells the story of Peep’s evolution through his collaborations.

Everybody's Everything is sometimes inconsistent, but it offers a complete picture of how quickly Lil Peep's short career ramped up from making tracks with friends to worldwide fame and influence.

Northern Transmissions

With EVERYBODY’S EVERYTHING ... we get a comprehensive reminder of why he made the impact that he made on his generation and a great all in one way to keep that legacy alive.

Rolling Stone

Everybody’s Everything charts and extrapolates the trajectory of Peep’s rise; rather than raise questions about what new musical directions he might have explored, it makes you wonder how enormously popular he would have become.

The Guardian

It’s a mixed bag, as posthumous collections often are, but there is enough to suggest that much wider stardom was well within his grasp.


Although the decision to release what sound like half-finished tracks purposefully left in the draft folder somewhat misguided, the album doesn’t do anything to tarnish his legacy.

The Needle Drop

Everybody’s Everything, while a mixed bag, isn’t the tasteless cash grab that posthumous releases these days tend to be.


Gonna rant for a minute or two before getting into the actual review. I don't hate anyone I'll mention here, I just thought I'd give my two cents on the more sentimental side of this album's release.

Stop pretending Everybody's Everything is anywhere near as lazy, disrespectful, or sloppy as Skins or ? (Deluxe). The only negative aspect of this album that I would reduce completely to corporate greed would be Rich the Kid's feature on AQUAFINA, which I'll get into later. Many of these ... read more
Really hope this doesn’t happen to people like Mac Miller and Nipsey Hussle, where the label starts sucking up every bit of audio ever recorded by them and plopping it on a posthumous release. Or anyone for that matter.

Edit: I’ll take a listen to this tomorrow, maybe I’m judging it too hard. Hopefully it isn’t like Skins or whatever

Double Edit: Okay, so it's a compilation apparently.
MMMMM SUCKED THE MONEY OUT OF HIM GOOD, seriously this is just terrible. Stop this
Jesus. Let the man rest. Please stop this
I'm not supporting this shit, fuck Lil Peep's management.

This is a collection of emo-rap B sides that an opiate-addicted 20-year-old didn't think was good enough to release when he was alive, and an attempt to suck all the money, capitalizing on his death, by his label.

The manipulation of a sadly deceased young artist is very common today, but unlike X, it is less tasteless with Peep, in terms of music. However, it is nothing more than an attempt to absorb all the money left by Lil Peep as ... read more
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Track List

  1. Liar
  2. AQUAFINA (feat. Rich The Kid)
  3. RATCHETS (feat. Lil Tracy & Diplo)
  4. Fangirl (feat. Gab3)
  5. LA to London (feat. Gab3)
  6. Rockstarz (feat. Gab3)
  7. Text Me (feat. Era)
  9. Moving On
  10. Belgium
  11. When I Lie
  12. I've Been Waiting (feat. iLoveMakonnen)
  13. Live Forever
  14. ghost boy
  15. Keep My Coo
  16. white tee (feat. Lil Tracy)
  17. cobain (feat. Lil Tracy)
  18. witchblades (feat. Lil Tracy)
  19. walk away as the door slams (feat. Lil Tracy)
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Added on: November 1, 2019