Lil Peep shot an interview for Montreality earlier this year.
They were planning to do a follow up interview before they released it. But that's not going to happen now, as Peep OD-ed last week.
So they dropped the interview today. In it, Peep gives advice to those thinking about killing themselves.
"Everything changes with time," he begins. "You can't predict where you're gonna be next year, you have no idea, you know what I mean? Like, I've been at very, very, very low points."
"You have to be grateful for what you have. Never be ungrateful," he says, before going on to say live for people who are struggling to survive in more immediately adverse circumstances. "Live on for them."
In separate interview with People mag, Peep's brother Oskar pushed back on the idea that the 21-year old emo rapper was depressed.
"It was an accident, it really was an accident,” Oskar said of his brother's overdose death. “He was super happy with where he was in life.
It makes me laugh to think about the days we watched WWE together but [Peep] mentioned how being a hip-hop artist is like being a pro-wrestling character. You have to be an actor,” Oskar continued. “He gets paid to be sad. It’s what he made his name on. It’s what his image was in a sense.”
You can check Peep's Montreality video below.