After Pop Smoke’s Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon album reached certified platinum status, his estate released the official music video to his smash “Mood Swings.”
Check out the video for Pop Smoke’s “Mood Swings” above with special guests Jordyn Woods and other social media stars.
50 Cent and Roddy Ricch honor Pop Smoke on his 21st (July 20) birthday in his new music video ‘The Woo.’ This song is off Pop’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon which is out now. There is also a deluxe version of the album that recently dropped, featuring 15 new tracks.
Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon, soared to number 1 on the Billboard 200. The deluxe version of the album features guest appearances by Fivio Foreign, Burna Boy, Jamie Foxx, Young Thug, Gunna, A Boogie, PnB Rock and more.
It seems the late Pop Smoke left us with quite a bit of unreleased songs. After releasing his newest album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon, there is now word of a deluxe version dropping with 15 new tracks.
In addition to getting the official music video for “The Woo” featuring 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch soon, we will also get a new deluxe version of Pop Smoke’s album on July 20 according to Rap Caviar.
Check back for more info regarding the release of Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon deluxe album.
Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon was released Friday and has received great reviews. The 50 Cent executive produced album, along with the blessing of Pop’s label head, Steven Victor proved to fans that the album was much needed.
Checkout the music visualizer for ‘For The Night’ from the album featuring Lil Baby and DaBaby above.
The posthumous Pop Smoke album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon has finally dropped. Executive produced by 50 Cent, this album has a who’s who of spectacular guest appearances including Quavo, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Swae Lee, Future, Roddy Ricch, Lil Tjay and of course 50 Cent.
With the ongoing issues of police brutality as well as the Black Lives Matter movement last month, Pop’s album was pushed back from June to July 3.
Steven Victor stated:
The public show of support and grief, by everyone touched by Pop during his lifetime, has provided some semblance of comfort during these difficult times for his family, friends, and colleagues… Music is the tool of revolution. We have been watching, along with the rest of the world, as long overdue change starts to take root. We have seen Pop’s music become the soundtrack of the moment, unifying the masses.
Pop Smoke has been laid to rest for a little over a month now. The Brooklyn rapper was murdered just weeks after dropping his sophomore album Meet The Woo 2. Glad to see the team behind Pop Smoke is still working hard to give his fans something to smile about with his new single “How We Move.” To add to the list of surprises, the track features an uncredited verse from fellow New York rapper Dave East.
The late Pop Smoke’s visual for ‘Shake the Room’ has just dropped featuring Quavo. The single is off Smoke’s Meet the Woo 2 album which can be streamed on all dsp’s now.
Paris serves as the back drop for the video and is directed by Virgil Abloh via “Off-White International Rap Video Studio.”
Check it out below.
In sad news, TMZ reports that Pop Smoke was shot and killed early This morning (Wednesday). Pop’s passing appears to be the result of a home invasion in the Hollywood Hills where the Brooklyn rapper was staying.
Pop Smoke first hit the scene with his banger ‘Welcome to the Party’ and just recently dropped an impressive body of work with ‘Meet The Woo 2‘ that features stars like Quavo, A Boogie Wit da Hoodie, Fivio Foreign and Lil Tjay. The story is of course developing… Rest in peace to Pop Smoke, he was 20 years old.