Lil Peep documentary Everybody's Everything is coming to Netflix in March

21 February 2020, 16:10

Woodrow Whyte

By Woodrow Whyte

Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump features on the soundtrack.

Netflix have announced that the acclaimed Lil Peep documentary Everybody's Everything will be added to the service on March 4th.

Lil Peep, best known for being a trailblazing rapper on the emo-rap scene, tragically died aged just 21 years old from an accidental drug overdose on the 15th November 2017 in the back of a tour bus in Tucson, Arizona. Hit play on the video above to watch the trailer for the documentary.

As well as the second posthumous compilation of Lil Peep's music since his death, which shares the name of the documentary, the movie has a soundtrack written by Fall Out Boy's Patrick Stump.

Lil Peep Everybody's Everything documentary coming to Netflix
Lil Peep Everybody's Everything documentary coming to Netflix. Picture: Gunpowder & Sky

It is not the first time Stump has been involved with a Lil Peep project, as Fall Out Boy featured on a collaboration with Lil Peep and iLoveMakonnen’s called ‘I’ve Been Waiting’, which was released in January last year.

According to iLoveMakonnen, he and Lil Peep had roughly twenty songs they were working on together before his death. After Lil Peep's death in November 2017, Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy reached out to iLoveMakonnen, offering condolences.

“Pete Wentz from Fall Out Boy reached out to me sending his condolences,” Makonnen told Rolling Stone. “He said, ‘if there’s anything you ever need, let me know.’ I was telling him me and Peep were both big fans, and Peep told me Fall Out Boy is one of his musical heroes, and how his style was between iLoveMakonnen and Fall Out Boy, so it would be an honour if they could do one of the records we have for the album. They were very keen on being a part of it.”

As reported by Pitchfork, the documentary is produced by Peep’s mother, Liza Womack, along with the CEO of his agency and label First Access Entertainment, Sarah Stennett, and family friend Terrence Malick. At a screening for the film, Liza Womack explained how she dug through her son’s hard drives and first-grade journals in search of footage that captured the boy she raised, as well as home movies, performance clips, photographs, tour footage and Instagram videos.

In the documentary bio, they describe Peep as, "Creating a unique mix of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep was set to bring a new musical genre to the mainstream when he died of a drug overdose at just 21 years old. From the streets of Los Angeles to studios in London and sold out tours in Russia, the artist born Gustav Ahr touched countless lives through his words, his sound and his very being. Executive produced by Terrence Malick, Everybody’s Everything is an intimate, humanistic portrait that seeks to understand an artist who attempted to be all things to all people."