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Listen to Lil Peep and XXXTentacion’s Collaboration ‘Falling Down’

After being teased on Tuesday, September 18, a posthumous collaboration between Lil Peep and XXXTentacion titled “Falling Down” released today, September 19.

Lil Peep and XXXTentacion – “Falling Down”

ILoveMakonnen cowrote “Falling Down,” and after receiving approval from both of the late artists mothers, decided to release it. ILoveMakonnen took to Instagram to share a sentiment about the track with fans of his, Peep's and XXX's alike: I posted a few weeks ago about how much it meant to me to know that this song I co-wrote with @lilpeep inspired @xxxtentacion to want to jump on and add some verses. Incredibly excited for y'all to hear it tomorrow.”

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The collaborative track was originally titled “Sunlight on Your Skin” ahead of X's involvement with the song. X wanted to work with Peep after his passing due to an accidental overdose last November.

Lil Peep tragically died in November 2017 of a drug overdose while on tour. He was 21. His first full-length album Come Over When You're Sober, Pt. 1 dropped in August of 2017.

XXXTentacion was murdered on June 18 while in his car leaving a motorcycle dealership. The suspects shot the rapper, and fled after stealing a Louis Vuitton bag that prosecutors note contained $50,000 in cash.

Listen to “Falling Down” below.

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