Last month saw the release of Pop Smoke’s second posthumous studio album, “Faith.” That went on to debut at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and became his second consecutive posthumous number one album.
Faith initially contained 20 tracks, with appearances from Kanye West, Pusha T, Takeoff, Dua Lipa, and more. The deluxe edition was released twice, and brought the total amount of songs on this album to 30.
Many wonder how many songs the late Brooklyn rapper has in the stash as well. Pop’s best friend, Mike Dee, recently appeared in an interview with Rap host Kalisha Perera, and believes that Pop’s team used up all of his music.
“I feel like, instead of dropping all thirty songs, I would have waited until now, till next year, that way his name will stay alive instead of just dropping it all at one time. I’m guessing this is what he had left in the vault. Yeah.”
Fans in general believe that this isn’t true at all, and that Pop may actually have hundreds of songs in the vault. Hopefully, that is actually the case, and not what Mike Dee has said.
Over the past year and a half, three projects by Smoke have been released. These include “Meet The Woo 2,” in February 2020 (Which Pop was still alive for), the debut album “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon,” in July 2020, and now, Faith. Pop originally gained his buzz in summer 2019, with hit singles such as “Welcome To The Party” and “Dior.”
Check out Mike Dee speaking on Pop Smoke’s music in the stash below.