The video for “Four Gold Chains,” the new track fromLil Peep, premiered on the main stage atRolling Loud Festivaland is now available on all DSP’s. The track featuresClams Casinoand debuted on Sunday in between the sets ofPost Malone, one of Peep’s friends, andFuture, one of his greatest influences. Peep originally announced his collaboration on November 15th, 2017, the day of his passing, and the track was officially announced on Peep’sTwitter accounton Sunday. “Four Gold Chains” is the first of Lil Peep’s solo work to drop posthumously and follows “Spotlight,” the collaboration released earlier this year with Marshmello.
The cover art was designed by longtime collaborator, Robot Snake (“Honestly,” “Girls,” and “Beamer Boy”). The video, one of the last made by Peep, in its rawness and simplicity, shows Gus’ vulnerability as he performs for the camera walking down the streets of London in a single shot. “Four Gold Chains” continues in keeping the promise to all Peep fans that the music and videos he planned on releasing will be delivered to them.