Music executive Steven Victor is keeping Pop Smoke‘s legacy alive. This week, the SVP A&R at Universal Music revealed more music from the slain New York rapper would arrive to the masses.
New Pop Smoke Music
Victor responded to an Instagram comment with some good news. Fans can rejoice after he confirmed he was working on at least one more Pop Smoke project.
Rap star A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie is appointing himself more than your favorite Big Apple rapper. This past weekend, he went to social media to crown himself the King of New York and said he would have shared the title with Pop. Heading into Monday, A Boogie took to Instagram to let followers know if Pop Smoke was still alive he’d also have the crown. Boogs also used the opportunity to plug Smoke’s new Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon deluxe album.
Wait, There’s More
A deluxe version of Pop’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon dropped on Monday. The must-hear release features 15 new tracks.
The new deluxe edition features the song “Paranoia;” it features Gunna and Young Thug, but not Pusha-T. The track sparked a feud between Pusha-T and Young Thug over an alleged Drake diss from Pusha on a previous version of the song. Other contributors include Burna Boy, Jamie Foxx, Fivio Foreign, Davido, PnB Rock, Queen Naija, BloodPop, and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. (Pitchfork)
Before You Go
Last week, rap star 50 Cent – who executive produced Pop’s Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon album – broke big news to Smoke fans. Fif went to Instagram to reveal their “The Woo” music video would be dropping on Monday as well.
“You know da Vibes, Monday is Pops birthday so Video Monday. #bransoncognac #lecheminduroi” -50 Cent’s Instagram