Lil Peep: Docu Exec-Produced by Director Terrence Malick

A documentary on the late rapper Lil Peep will be executive produced by Terrence Malick, a representative for Peep’s estate confirmed.

The veteran Oscar nominated director, producer and screenwriter, known for such filmed as “Days of Heaven,” “Badlands,” and “The Thin Red Line,” is a friend of Peep’s family.

The news was first reported by the N.Y. Times, which said that the film may be accompanied by an album.

A posthumous Peep album is coming later in the fall: “Come Over When You’re Sober (Part Two),” the sequel to the late rapper’s 2017 debut studio record, is out November 9 via Autnmy, a division of Access Records, under license to Columbia Records.

The album was previewed with a video for a new song called “Cry Alone,” which was filmed in May of last year.

Peep, who died last November of a drug overdose at the age of 21, left behind vast materials.