50 Cent To Executive Produce Pop Smoke’s Posthumous Album

50 Cent To Executive Produce Pop Smoke’s Posthumous Album

LAS VEGAS, NV - SEPTEMBER 20: Rapper 50 Cent performs onstage during the 2014 iHeartRadio Music Festival at the MGM Grand Garden Arena on September 20, 2014 in Las Vegas, Nevada. (Photo by Christopher Polk/Getty Images for iHeartMedia)

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Shortly after news broke about that Brooklyn rapper, Pop Smoke, was murdered, it was announced that a posthumous album would be released and that 50 cent would be the  executive producer.

While he was quick to call up Roddy Ricch and Drake to join in the project, there is still no confirmation about who will be featured. Now, Fifty has released more details on Instagram about the album including when we will finally get to hear it in its entirety.

“Set for release in May. Oh yeah @postmalone i’m gonna hit ya phone, i need you on this.”


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#50Cent to executive produce the late, great #PopSmoke’s album #Posthumous, set to release in May. Y’all excited⁉️😳👇🏽

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Still, some fans have been very critical of some of the artists that 50 Cent has asked to join in the album. They explain how Pop Smoke was not the type of artist to collaborate with artists like Post Malone.

“Man, make this a real pop smoke album not a “pop album” getting all these pop stars smh,” one comment said.

“Don’t force the features,” another fan said.

Fifty however, was quick to reply to them. “Trust my judgement i know what i’m doing,” he wrote in a comment

What do ya’ll think? Will 50 Cent deliver?

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