Pop Smoke Has No More Unreleased Music Left In The Vault According To Close Friend

Jesse Williams

By Jesse Williams

Jesse Williams

19 Aug 2021

Pop Smoke’s close friend Mike “Mike Dee” Durodola claims the Brooklyn drill superstar’s has very little to no unreleased music left.

During a recent interview with RAPTV host Kalisha Perera, Durodola said: “[In] my opinion, instead of dropping all 30 songs, I would have waited … until now, until next year, you know. That way his name will stay alive, instead of just dropping it all at one time, you know.”

“I was around when he was recording most of the original songs, then when I heard the album, it was completely different. New artists on there, new beats, so I was confused about that.” 

Dee implied he didn’t know the full extent of what Pop had left in the vault but suggested it was probably down to the bare bones. “I mean who knows, they might have a few [verses] left from different artists he did songs with, but I think this might be it.”

Pop Smoke posthumously released two projects following his death in February 2020. ‘Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon’ followed by ‘Faith’, which had an additional five tracks added as part of the deluxe edition. Both releases debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200 chart.