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Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album, “Faith” was released two weeks ago. The album consists of 24 songs and a lot of features ranging from top names like Kanye West.
The album starts with words from his mother talking about Pop Smoke being the gospel, the intro gave me goosebumps and increased my expectations for the album. The album features names like Future, Dua Lipa, Takeoff, Kodak Black, Rick Ross, Pharrell Williams, Quavo, Kidi Cudi, Pusha T, 21 Savage and others.
Posthumous albums are majorly for raking in money by the management of the late artist and Pop Smoke’s management isn’t tired of doing that. Pop Smoke’s legacy slowly getting watered by the release of this new album. Most of the features on the album were unnecessary, the songs have incomplete and recycled verses.
The drill style of Pop Smoke was not established as usual in the album making it hard for me to have a favourite off the album. I have notable songs like “Tell The Vision” featuring Kanye West & Pusha T, Bout a Million featuring 42 Dugg & 21 Savage and Back Door featuring Quavo & Kodak Black.
Overall I will give the album a 4/10 because Pop Smoke had a better mixtape without the big names, an album should do better with the featured artists.