Brooklyn rapper is back with the sequel to his debut album Woo 2. The 13-track album include features from Quavo, A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Fivio Foreign, and Lil Tjay.
Pop Smoke expresses why the Brooklyn borough goes so hard for local artists, pinpointing where the anger felt and portrayed through the music stems from, yet how he’s trying to overcome it and change the narrative of that community in forthcoming music.
“I’m trying to show the youts a different way to cope with it… I’m showing them how to make money, move right”–
Excitedly, he talks about his latest phone conversation with Meek Mill about a much anticipated record that’s brewing, predicting that they will land on “the one” most probably after an all night studio sessions. He touches on other conversations he’s had with Nicki Minaj and hopes to collaborate with a fellow New York Queen, Cardi B.