The team in charge of Pop Smoke’s estate have dropped off the deluxe version of his posthumous album, Shoot for the Stars Aim for theMoon, on what would have been the rapper’s 21st birthday.
Donning additional 15 tracks, the deluxe version will feature an illustrious array of appearances; from the likes of Fivio Foreign over the two-part track “Showin Off,” Gunna and Young Thug, PnB Rock, Jamie Foxx and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie. Alongside three remixed tracks including, Queen Naija on “Yea Yea,” King Combs and Calboy on “Diana” and Burna Boy on “Enjoy Yourself.”
The original album made Smoke the first ever hip-hop artist in history to posthumously open at No. 1 on the Billboard Top 100 with a debut studio album after shifting 251,000 units. This allowed the rapper to join and champion the late hip-hop legends who also held posthumous chart-toppers; such as, 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G. and XXXTentacion.
Listen to the deluxe version below!