It would be a big bump in Pop’s sales department. His Meet the Woo 2 mixtape debuted at # 7 when it was released in February. He moved 36,000 equivalent album units in his first week. Pop’s first mixtape, Meet the Woo, debuted at # 173 in 2019, but eventually peaked at # 105 on the chart.
Pop Smoke is highly anticipated Shoot the stars, aim for the moon the album, released on Friday July 3, features appearances from Lil Baby, Future, Roddy Ricch, Quavo, 50 Cent, DaBaby, Lil Tjay, Swae Lee, Tyga, King Combs and more. It was directed by the single “Make It Rain” with Rowdy Rebel. Originally scheduled for release in June, the LP produced in collaboration with 50 Cent has been postponed until July.
The exit was not without a little drama. The dull cover designed by Virgil Abloh for the album was rejected by fans of 50 Cent and Pop Smoke after being unveiled a few days before the release of the project. This led Fif to call the famous designer. A new design was finally used for the final illustration.
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