Pop Smoke was planning an album before his death, and 50 Cent just announced that he’s going to serve as an executive producer of the late rapper’s full-length album.
“I’m on the move listening to Pop smoke, I decided I’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him,” said 50 on Instagram. Victor Victor Worldwide’s CEO Steven Victor supports 50’s endeavors. Pop Smoke was signed to Victor.
Pop Smoke’s death occurred last month inside his rented Hollywood Hills abode. Both he and 50 Cent are from Brooklyn, so I wouldn’t be surprised if he saw a younger version of himself in Pop Smoke.
50 Cent seems to be all in on this one. He’s taking this self-assigned project seriously, and he’s trying to make the album as big as possible. He’s recruited Roddy Ricch.
50’s plan to help finish and executive produce Pop Smoke’s album is gaining some traction and will soon gain more. 50 publicly requested that both Chris Brown and Drake be a part of the end of the album. He’s putting the pressure on the two musical legends and he’s doing it in the most 50 Cent way possible while throwing childish shade at the both of them.