Lil Peep Fall Out Boy ILoveMakonnen video

Fall Out Boy, ILoveMakonnen bring Lil Peep’s world to life in new video

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April 10, 2019
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The official music video for Lil Peep and ILoveMakonnen’s “I’ve Been Waiting” has finally been released following the announcement made by Fall Out Boy on April 8.

One of Lil Peep’s final collaborations before passing away in November 2017, the track is the latest content to come out of Peep’s camp following his “16 Lines” video.

You can check out the brand new video below.

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Both FOB and ILoveMakonnen shared a tribute video last month for the track, but revealed the song would be getting its due dilligence with its very own music video.

The new was first revealed via Peep’s Twitter.

“I’ve Been Waiting video out Wednesday. Featuring Fall Out Boy and ILoveMakonnen. Creative direction by Susboy. Based on OG Lilpeep and ILoveMakonnen collab.”

FOB shared the news shortly after, crediting the late rapper for the video’s original concept.

“brought @lilpeep’s world to life with @ilovemakonnen5d ? I’ve Been Waiting video out wednesday. creative direction by sus boy. based on an original idea from @lilpeep.”

Today, the “I’ve Been Waiting” video has made its debut with FOB making the release announcement on Instagram.

“Made this one for @lilpeep ?? I’ve Been Waiting video w/ @ilovemakonnen out now.”


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Made this one for @lilpeep ?? I’ve Been Waiting video w/ @ilovemakonnen out now

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You can watch the full official music video featuring ILoveMakonnen and FOB below.

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Written by Whitney Shoemaker

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