New Pop Smoke Album in the Works

Written by on June 5, 2021

Pop Smoke has extra music on the best way.

The late Brooklyn rapper’s supervisor, Steven Victor, took to Twitter on Friday to tease a second posthumous venture, writing “POP SMOKE ALBUM” alongside a sequence of flame emojis.

This isn’t the primary time there have been rumblings of a brand new Pop Smoke album. Final month, one other one in all his managers, Rico Beats, additionally shared plans.

“I see and listen to every little thing stored it cool tho no worries pay again across the nook Popsmoke new album loading…” mentioned Rico Beats.

It’s unclear when the album will probably be launched, however Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut, Shoot for the Stars Purpose for the Moon, stays within the high 10 on the Billboard 200. The album, which was launched in July 2020, has spent essentially the most weeks at No. 1 on Billboard’s High R&B/Hip-Hop Albums chart since M.C. Hammer’s Please Hammer, Don’t Damage Em in 1990.

50 Cent, who co-executive produced Shoot for the Stars, will not be concerned the second time round. “[Steven Victor] talked to me in regards to the new document, and I’m undecided if I’ll take part with this, that document,” he instructed Kris Kaylin. “I simply needed to guarantee that his document did what it was purported to. My interplay with Pop was like he was taking a look at me like I might inform him the appropriate technique to go, and that every little thing would work based mostly on what I used to be saying.”

He alluded to points behind the scenes, whereas crediting himself for the album’s success. “Outdoors of manufacturing the document and having it carry out properly, I did all of the promotions for that document for it to work. They’d simply have put it out and also you’d have to seek out it out of primary curiosity.”

In his tweet, Victor additionally confirmed new albums from Pusha-T and Nigo.

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