Welcome.

This is the official website of the Estate of Gustav Elijah Ahr, who came to be known by his fans as “Lil Peep.”

This website is run by Gus’s mom and brother.

I have learned from Peep fans that Gus was a powerful and influential lyricist and music artist. It was Gus’s honesty that compelled so many people, worldwide, to connect with him. Gus was particularly observant, and able to express his observations clearly and poetically.

So, to honor him, we created this website. We felt that Gus’s fans—both current and future, would welcome the chance to get to know him a little better. We believe that you are right about Gus. You connected with him because he told you that he was like you, and he expressed feelings like the ones you have.

Yes. We wanted to make beautiful designs and things for people wear, skate on, and generally “flex” to show their support for Gus. But we also added an archive that we will add to regularly so visitors to our site can see some of Gus’s artifacts to get to know him better, as a person.

Thank you for visiting.
Liza


Archive

Hellboy 2022 Fan Art

Hellboy 2022 Fan Art

This September, in honour of the six year anniversary of Peep’s beloved “Hellboy” mixtape, the talented fan-art artists have created a beautiful assortment of artwork inspired by the project.
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Gus's Writing

Gus's Writing

So, as a little kid, Gus got to experience the pleasure of writing freely. I have all of his written work from the first grade, as well as his early writing from Pre-K and Kindergarten.  It is interesting to analyze Gus’s early written work with all his other writing to think about as well.  I see patterns in his writing.  From the moment he began writing, as a child, until the day he died, Gus mixed reality with make-believe to express his feelings whether they were playful or sad.

What stands out the most to me when I read Gus’s early stories is how so many of them are evocative in the same way that his lyrics are. 

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COWYS 2022 Fan Art

COWYS 2022 Fan Art

In honour of the five year anniversary of Come Over When You’re Sober, Pt. 1 today, the talented Lil Peep fan art artists have created a plethora of beautiful work commemorating the album.

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July 2022 Fan Art

July 2022 Fan Art

For July 2022, we are pleased to present a fresh batch of beautiful Lil Peep fan art.
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Songs We Used to Sing, Listen to, and Read

Songs We Used to Sing, Listen to, and Read

Gus was born in Allentown, Pennsylvania. We lived at 2625 Liberty St. which was right across the street from Muhlenberg College where Gus’s father worked. The house was owned by the College. The rent was cheap because we contracted to entertain students monthly with a movie night and discussion.

We had one car. It was a 1992 Nissan Sentra that my mother had bought for us brand new. Johan could walk to work, while I had the car for errands and the kids.
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Crybaby 2022 Fan Art

Crybaby 2022 Fan Art

This June, Gus’s “Crybaby” mixtape celebrated its sixth anniversary. In its honour, the Lil Peep fan art artists created a multitude of beautiful, celebratory work.
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May 2022 Fan Art

May 2022 Fan Art

Fan art from the month of May 2022 by the wonderful artists in the Lil Peep community.
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Feelz

Feelz

We know that Gus deleted the garage band (original) versions of many of his first songs, so for those songs all we have are the bounces. As he developed fluency with the equipment and his process, he “bounced” a song pretty much as soon as he composed it. But, in the beginning, he likely did not. We know this because we can hear him playing a song on his iPhone fully one month before our first documented record of the song on his computer—the “bounce.”
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Easter 2022 Fan Art

Easter 2022 Fan Art

To welcome spring this year, we asked the Lil Peep fan art artists to create Easter-themed pieces in their signature styles and the response was beautiful.
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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.

 

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