The release date for Brooklyn rap legend Pop Smoke‘s second posthumous album has been revealed.
Pop Smoke, who died at the age of 20 in February 2020, has had many new songs published following his demise. The rapper may also be found on the latest albums by Migos and Polo G.
Pop Smoke, actual name Bashar Barakah Jackson, also starred in Eddie Huang’s film Boogie and released a new song named “AP” as part of the soundtrack.
Pop Smoke, Skepta, A$AP Rocky, Juicy J, and Project Pat collaborated on the F9 soundtrack single “Lane Switcha.”
During the Culture III press tour, Quavo also stated that he was working on a joint album with Pop Smoke before to the late rapper’s tragic demise.
It’s unknown whether any of their collaborations will appear on the new album, which is set to be published on July 16th.
The album is now available for buy and presale, as well as a teaser containing archival audio and video footage from Pop Smoke. However, no more information was supplied, such as a title or tracklist.
The 17-track record will be released in July 2020, little over a year after Pop Smoke’s first posthumous album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.
Pop Smoke, a fixture in Brooklyn’s drill scene, rose to popularity in 2018 with his first track, “Welcome to the Party,” which subsequently appeared on his first mixtape, Meet the Woo, which was published in 2019.