Last week, Pop Smoke’s team officially confirmed that his second posthumous album would arrive in July. The official date is July 16. It appeared that it would be a self-titled project, and that is the case.
On streaming outlets, the album title is listed as “Pop Smoke.” There is 17 tracks in total, with the 17th being available now. This is a 30-second snippet of Smoke dropping motivational gems to listeners to keep going. Previously, his manager, Rico Beats, said the album was “95% loading,” and it’s definitely coming very soon, as promised.
Last year, Smoke’s posthumous debut studio album, “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon,” was released on July 3. It debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart, and went platinum in the US. It was led by hits such as “Something Special,” “What You Know Bout Love,” “For The Night” feat. DaBaby and Lil Baby, and “Mood Swings” feat. Lil Tjay.
Smoke also saw posthumous success a few months back. This was with his “Boogie” movie, in March. He played the role of Monk against Taylor Takahashi, who played the role of Boogie, a rival basketball player in New York City.
Check out the Outro for Smoke’s forthcoming album below.