The late Pop Smoke finally has a release date for his posthumous album.
It’s set to drop on June 12, reported by his manager Steven Victor. This will be Pop Smoke’s first major-label album, executive produced by one of his role models, 50 Cent.
We covered the story, after the Brooklyn’s rapper untimely death, 50 Cent promised to finish Pop’s album. The tracklist hasn’t been revealed yet, but 50 was calling on people like Chris Brown and Roddy Ricch to be on it. The title hasn’t been revealed either but we’ll keep you updated!