Family, friends and fans of Lil Peep—all of us—are still dealing with the unexpected loss of the 21-year-old musician. But let's not forget the good times, like when the emo rapper joyously busted out Blink-182's classic single “Dammit” at an NYC show just this spring. Watch it below.

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Kerrang points out the bittersweet video of Peep's spirited Blink cover, filmed on April 17 at Webster Hall in New York City. Sure, it may be more like a karaoke version than a proper live cover, but it still makes us want to shout along to Blink's 1997 coming-of-age hit at the top of our lungs.

A public memorial for Lil Peep just took place this weekend, organized by the rapper's family. Good Charlotte covered “Awful Things” at the event, and you can watch the video of the entire hour-long service right here.

Lil Peep's untimely death came as a huge shock to the music community. Presumed an overdose, the musician's brother Oskar recently said the death was accidental: “He was super happy with where he was in life.”

Enjoy Peep's live take on Blink's “Dammit” here:

And relive Blink-182's original video right here:

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