By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Pop Smoke’s burial is expected to take place at the end of this week in his hometown of Brooklyn as police in Los Angeles still struggle to find witnesses as they’ve reached a “roadblock” in the investigation. It’s officially been two weeks since he was shot and killed in Hollywood Hills, CA.
50 Cent was friends with Smoke before his passing as they were seen in clubs on multiple occasions together. A few days ago, 50 said that he’d be finishing and executive producing Smoke’s next album. He has since gotten Roddy Ricch to confirm being a feature on this project. On Tuesday night, 50 revealed that the posthumous album will be released in May.
In addition to Ricch, 50 has since publicly asked Drake and Post Malone on Instagram to appear on the album. Expect a few New York rappers to appear on it as well such as 50 himself, Dave East, and Jim Jones. Check out 50 announcing that Pop Smoke’s posthumous album will be arriving in May below.
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