The memory of Lil Snupe, the 18-year-old rapper whose life was tragically ended in 2013, is being kept alive with new music and a teaser clip for a documentary focused on his career. The mother of the Louisiana native/Meek Mill affiliate is spearheading the documentary effort and new music project that features remixes of songs and unreleased material.

Lil Snupe’s latest release is a 12-track album titled 16 & Runnin Resurrected. The project features C’Nyle, Money Bagz, Jemouri, and Radical, among others. Along with the release of the record, a 22-minute teaser for the upcoming Inside 16 & Runnin Resurrected documentary was posted ahead of the holiday weekend to YouTube.

Snupe, born Addarren Ross, was shot in the chest twice after he and 36-year-old Tony Holden argued over a video game in July 2013. Snupe was immortalized in song by his mentor Meek Mill on the song “Lil Nigga Snupe” from the Dreamchasers 3 mixtape.

The Lil Snupe documentary is slated for a 2017 release. You can check out the trailer above and the album stream below.