50 Cent and Roddy Ricch Shoot New Video of Pop Smoke Song for Posthumous Album
50 Cent is working smart to in giving Pop Smoke sound acclaim. Pop who died in February will receive Posthumous album slated to release same this year and 50 Cent Co-creator or executive producing the album.
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50 is assuring everyone to keep expecting the album in very short time it will loose grip. Meaning during his lastest Interview at New York Times detailing Pop Smoke’s last days. Fiddy was able to unleash some classic stores he new about late Pop Smoke, talk about his Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon album and more.
“The experience was a little weird. Because when I first started talking to him in the office, I was watching and he would look down at his telephone,” 50 shared his first experience with Pop Smoke.
50 Cent giving Pop Smoke more integral isn’t tribute but why In Da Club rapper fell in love with Pop was also disclosed. “He was typing at the same time. And there was a point where I’m like, is he listening? I got up so I can kind of see what he was doing, and when I got to the other side of the table, he wasn’t not paying attention to me, he was just writing what I said down. Dead serious.”
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Complex made Amahiphop realize that Pop Smoke could have been successful like 50 Cent of he choose the right path, something that 50 Cent also shared with Pop before his death.
“You could either continue down that path and there’s a high chance that you’ll end up in jail or dead, or you can do this.” 50 reportedly told Pop, who replied “What’s this?” That;s when 50 said, “What I got going on! I sold 30 million records. I’m rich. I’m doing movies. I can get anybody on the phone. I could do anything. And this could be you.” I think after that, he realized that he could be himself and be a megastar.” Victor says that’s when Pop did a “360.”