The late Brooklyn star's debut studio album gets a few more bonus cuts to bolster one of this year's most acclaimed releases on a major scale.
Can't say we saw that coming. Though we don't hear about the death penalty being used much these days, the punishment is still very much an option in 30 of the 50 US states and now it seems like both Walk and Rodgers will literally be fighting for their lives when their case hits the court circuit.
That took entirely too long. Five people have been arrested over the death of beloved Brooklyn rapper Pop Smoke.
Young Thug went out of his way to critique Pusha T for his Drake diss on an unreleased song tied to Pop Smoke's new, posthumous album, Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon. The Atlanta rapper seemingly got his wish, and Push A Ton reacted.
The buzzing Brooklyn rapper was tragically murdered in February of this year.
Though both Virgil and Pop Smoke's label owner Steven Victor have confirmed that they'd be going back to the drawing board, 50's decided to dedicate his Instagram page to possible Pop Smoke covers and is calling on fans to choose their favorite. Serving as executive producer for Pop Smoke's posthumous album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, 50's posted a up a gang of covers and asking his followers to rate each fan-made artwork on a scale from 1 to 10.
Hopefully one of the other 4 designs proves to be much, much better than this because if Virgil ends up putting up another brick, social media's gonna pull him out the game by his zip ties.
Virgil Abloh had one job. And from Twitter's reaction, the album cover the creative director cooked up for beloved, late rapper Pop Smoke is a dereliction of duty.
Back in February, Pop was Smoke was shot and killed in a home he was staying in located in the Hollywood Hills. Unfortunately, the investigation into the up and coming Brooklyn rapper's murder has stalled due to the coronavirus.
On Thursday afternoon (March 5), fans of Pop Smoke gathered on the streets of Brooklyn's Canarsie neighborhood, watching as the rapper took one final ride through his hood.
50 Cent is a man on a mission. He is laser-focused on making sure that his Brooklyn comrade Pop Smoke‘s posthumous effort comes out and lives up to the potential.
It’s been just over a week since Pop Smoke was murdered while in a home he was renting in the Hollywood Hills. The rapper’s family has released a statement thanking fans for their support, but unfortunately the investigation into his murder has reportedly stalled.