Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album has an official release date. The self-titled album is scheduled for July 16.
Last week, Smoke’s manager Rico Beats took to Instagram and announced that the album was almost finished. “Pop Album 95% loading the f $ & k up,” Rico wrote in a retouched image of himself, Smoke, and Steven Victor.
In June, Victor confirmed another album was coming by announcing it on Twitter with a bunch of flame emoji. After Shoot For The Stars, Aim For the Moon is one of the best albums of 2020, it is likely that 50 Cent will not participate in the next posthumous release of Pop Smoke.
“Steven [Victor] He was originally Pop’s manager and the person from the record company he signed with, ”50 said.“ He told me about the new record. I do not know if I will participate with that album. I just wanted to make sure his registration did what it was supposed to. “
He added: “My interaction with Pop was that he looked at me like I could tell him the right way to go and that everything would work out according to what he was saying. It is unfortunate that it really happened. It’s like the other side of the question: when I’m starting early, I’m so connected to the environment that everything in the environment I’m subjected to is the same. “