Pop Smoke’s second album “Faith” was released last week, and some people aren’t receiving it well.
The 20-song project marks the second posthumous release from Pop Smoke. The project includes features from Kanye West, Rick Ross, The-Dream, Future and more.
Some of Pop Smoke’s fellow hip-hop artists weren’t too pleased with the singlen “Top Shotta” ft. Pusha T, The Neptunes, TRAVI, and Beam, which originally featured Eli Fross and had completely different production. The new version of the song removed Eli Fross. Rowdy Rebel in particular wasn’t too fond of the new version of the song.
Rowdy wrote via Instagram, “SMH I don’t understand why my boy not on this tracc,” along with a side-by-side comparison of the two songs. “Ayoo Eli Fross don’t trip bro yu know how theses industry n***as is straight succers.”
Rowdy’s commentary caught the attention of many, including Drake. Popular blogger ItzBizkit shared a screenshot of Rowdy’s post on his Instagram page which Drake liked.
See the post below.