Over a week and a half ago, we saw four more tracks added, for the deluxe edition to Pop Smoke’s posthumous sophomore album, “Faith.” Those were added at the end of what would’ve been his 22nd birthday, on July 20. Smoke’s manager, Steven Victor, also said more songs would appear on the deluxe on July 30.
These records didn’t appear on the 30th as planned but now, are finally here. The second deluxe edition to Faith contains six more tracks, which includes Anuel AA on the “Mr. Jones” remix, and Smoke’s brother, Obasi Jackson, on “Bad Boys.”
Faith initially debuted at number two on the Billboard 200 chart last week. Currently, it stands at number five. At the same time, Smoke’s 2020 posthumous debut album, “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon,” is also at the number 10 spot.
Faith originally contained 20 tracks in total, which includes an intro from his mother on “Good News.” Additional appearances included Kanye West, Pusha T, Takeoff, Dua Lipa, Pharrell, and more.
Check out the new “Faith” deluxe edition by Pop Smoke, on Spotify, below.