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New Pop Smoke Mural is Finished in His Hometown of Brooklyn [PHOTOS]

By Yuriy Andriyashchuk Staff Writer

Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut studio album ‘Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon,’ was officially listed as the No. 1 album in the US on the Billboard 200 chart a week after its release. Three men and two teenagers were also arrested two days ago by LAPD, who were in connection to his murder. This finally came months after being unable to speak to any potential witnesses due to some refusing to speak while others gave out false information. The three adults arrested were Corey Walker, Keandre D. Rodgers and Jaquan Murphy. Walker, Rodgers and the two teens were charged with murder. Walker, Murphy, ad Rodgers’ bail are each set at $1 million.

Smoke continues to be honored in his hometown of Brooklyn four months after his funeral there as well. A mural has surfaced on in the Canarsie are is officially finished. The exact address is 8125 Flatlands Ave.

The mural features his signature logo, his face rocking some dark sunglasses, and Canarsie neighborhood wording as well. Smoke was on his way to becoming a star in 2020 as he released the sequel to his 2018 ‘Meet The Woo‘ mixtape 12 days before his murder. It contained hits such as “Christopher Walking,” “Dior” remix feat Gunna, and “Shake The Room” feat. Quavo. Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon also has rising hits such as “For The Night” feat. Lil Baby and DaBaby and “Something Special.”

Check out a closer look at the finished Pop Smoke mural in Brooklyn below.

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