Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album ‘Faith’ disappoints fans: ‘Better not make another album’

Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album 'Faith' features old verses of the rapper and also has artists such as Dua Lipa, Chris Brown and Kanye West

                            Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album ‘Faith’ disappoints fans: ‘Better not make another album’
Pop Smoke's album 'Faith' was not too well received (Pascal Le Segretain/Getty Images)

Pop Smoke’s much-awaited second posthumous album called ‘Faith’ finally hit the internet on Friday, July 16, and it soon secured a spot on the Top 10 of US Apple Music. The late rapper’s latest project is a follow-up to his first posthumous project called ‘Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon’ which was released in July 2020.

The brand new album features a lot of old verses of the rapper which he wrote before his untimely death at the age of 20. He was shot and killed at his house in Hollywood Hills in February 2020. Pop Smoke’s ‘Faith’ features some of the top global artists like Kanye West, Pusha-T, Dua Lipa, Chris Brown, Pharrell Williams, Lil Tjay, Future, 21 Savage and others. The ‘Dior’ hitmaker was trending all over the internet but it looks like the fans did not dig his new album unlike the first one. Many social media users seemed unhappy with the rapper’s team using incomplete verses whereas, a few could not see the logic behind tapping artists such as Dua Lipa and Chris Brown.  

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Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album features Kanye West, Dua Lipa and others

Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album ‘Faith’ is stacked with 20 tracks and is up for streaming here. Fans were stoked to listen to the late rapper’s new album but many were disappointed with featured artists as they felt it was not required. Pop Smoke’s first posthumous record also featured guest vocals from some of the top hip-hop artists like Roddy Ricch, Tyga, Karol G, Lil Tjay and King Combs. It peaked at number one on the US Billboard 200 chart. The late rapper also recently posthumously won in the Top New Artist, Top Rap Artist, Top Rap Male Artist, Top Billboard 200 Album and Top Rap Album categories at the recent Billboards Music Awards 2021.

Speaking of the songs, this is how the official tracklist of ‘Faith’ looks like:
1. ‘Good News’
2. ‘More Time’
3. ‘Tell the Vision’ featuring Kanye West and Pusha-T
4. ‘Manslaughter’ featuring Rick Ross and The-Dream
5. ‘Bout a Million’ featuring 21 Savage and 42 Dugg
6. ‘Brush Em’ featuring Rah Swish
7. ‘Top Shotta’ featuring Pusha-T, Travi and Beam
8. ‘30’ featuring Bizzy Banks
9. ‘Beat the Speaker’
10. ‘Coupe’
11. ‘What’s Crackin’ featuring Takeoff
12. ‘Genius’ featuring Lil Tjay and Swae Lee
13. ‘Mr. Jones’ featuring Future
14. ‘Woo Baby Interlude’
15. ‘Woo Baby’ featuring Chris Brown
16. ‘Demeanor’ featuring Dua Lipa
17. ‘Spoiled’ featuring Pharrell
18. ‘8-Ball’ featuring Kid Cudi
19. ‘Back Door’ featuring Quavo and Kodak Black
20. ‘Merci Beaucoup’




‘They better not make another Pop Smoke album’

A lot of Pop Smoke’s fans took to Twitter as his new album hit the internet. Giving an honest opinion, one said, “Pop Smoke album sad man. he ain’t make a single decision on this.” Another stated, “Pop smoke would’ve never okayed this album lol.” The next user tweeted, “Imma give that Pop Smoke album another chance tomorrow.” Whereas, the other said, “I feel like this album was not needed. SFTSAFTM was a perfect last album for pop smoke in my opinion.”
One individual tweeted, “Disappointed in the new pop smoke album, he would of of never made that if he was alive today #restinpeacepopsmoke.” Another added, “They better not make another pop smoke album cus this ain’t it.” Meanwhile, one shared, “This pop smoke album ain’t right too many god damn features. He ain’t DJ Khaled.” Echoing similar sentiments, one concluded, “Pop Smoke album was half heat and half garbage cuz of the features, like dua lipa and chris brown have no business being on any tracks.”










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