Why Pop Smoke & Juice WRLD posthumous albums connected to fans


With the big arrival n ° 1 of the last Pop Smoke album Shoot for the stars Aim for the moon on the Billboard 200 chart, and with the own posthumous version of Juice WRLD Legends never die likely to cause a sensation on the count next week, it is clear that the two albums resonate considerably with fans.

In the latest Billboard Pop Shop podcast (listen below), the team takes a closer look at these two albums, why the two posthumous projects connected with fans and delved into a discussion of complications and concerns related to the release of albums by artists who are no longer with us.

In addition, Pop Shop hosts Jason and Keith discussing news from the world of Broadway, such as Hamilton: an American musical cast album climbs to number 2 on the Billboard 200. The pair also reviews the continued popularity of The Weeknd’s “Blinding Lights” and how the former No. 1 of the Billboard Hot 100 spends its 17th consecutive week locked in five first the table.

the Billboard Podcast Pop Shop is your one stop shop for everything going on Billboardweekly graphs of. You can always count on a lively discussion on the latest pop news, statistics and fun stories, new music and guest interviews with music stars and people from the pop world. Casual pop fans and card addicts can hear BillboardKeith Caulfield, senior director of the charts, and Jason Lipshutz, senior director of music, weekly on the podcast, which can be broadcast on Billboard.com or downloaded in Apple podcasts or your preferred podcast provider. ((Click here to listen to the previous edition of the show on Billboard.com.)


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