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In February of 2020, Pop Smoke, the rising Brooklyn drill star, was murdered at the age of 20. At the time of his death, Pop was well on his way to stardom. That stardom arrived posthumously, but it still arrived. When he died, Pop was working on his major label debut album. A few months after his death, Pop’s estate released that album under the title Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. That album has since gone double platinum, and four of its singles made the top 20. Last month, we learned that a second posthumous Pop Smoke album was on the way. Today, it’s arrived.
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