Month: April 2020

Pop Smoke’s Album Tracklist Revealed
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Pop Smoke’s Album Tracklist Revealed

Pop Smoke lives on. On Friday, the late rapper’s estate will release his posthumous debut Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon. Before its release, the star-studded tracklist has been revealed. In addition to “Make It Rain” with Rowdy Rebel, the 19-track set includes appearances from Quavo, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Swae Lee, Future, Polo G, Tyga, Karol G, and King Combs. 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch guest on “The Woo,” for which they recently shot a video. 50 also serves as the album’s co-executive producer. “He would take the records that he really liked, R&B records, rewrite the lyrics, and then use that as a template for how he’s actually singing it, but he would do it with Auto-Tune,” 50 told The New York Times of Pop Smoke’s pr...
50 Cent shares fan-made artwork designs for Pop Smoke’s debut album following Virgil Abloh backlash
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50 Cent shares fan-made artwork designs for Pop Smoke’s debut album following Virgil Abloh backlash

50 Cent has been showcasing fan-made artwork designs for the upcoming posthumous debut album by Pop Smoke after its original album cover faced an online backlash. The late rapper’s album is set for release on Friday (July 3), and designer Virgil Abloh was behind the original album art that was first shared on Monday night (June 29). Read more: Pay tribute to the late, great Pop Smoke with his 10 best tracks However, Abloh’s design (which you can see below) has been heavily criticised online and derided as “lazy”, leading Pop Smoke’s manager Steven Victor to bow to criticism and promise fans that “changes will be made” to the artwork before Friday. View this post on Instagram you were always shootings for t...