Pop Smoke’s posthumous sophomore album is arriving on July 16. Many assumed that this project would be self-titled, as this was displayed on streaming outlets. Now, that will not be the case, as Smoke’s manager, Steven Victor, has officially given the public an official title for the forthcoming album.
Victor just put out a tweet saying that the album will actually be titled “Faith,” and is still on for the July 16 release date. As of now, there is only one track available to stream, which is the outro. It is simply 30 seconds of Smoke delivering motivational words to listeners.
Smoke’s debut album was also put out in July of last year, and delivered massive results. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and is now platinum. It is also the most streamed rap album of 2021 so far, in total units. That project was headlined by multi-platinum hits such as “Something Special,” “Mood Swings” feat. Lil Tjay, “What You Know Bout Love,” and “The Woo” feat. 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch.
Posters in LA and NYC have also been put up, in promotion of Smoke’s album. These posters also contain codes that fans can scan, and listen to unreleased songs. These are records that are expected to be on the Faith album.
Check out Steven Victor announcing the title of Pop Smoke’s second album below.