50 Cent responds to Pop Smoke’s “Go For The Stars Aim For The Moon” recovering the #1 spot on the Billboard 200.
Pop Smoke’s Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon has gotten back to the highest rated spot. The after death debut from the late Brooklyn star did surprising numbers upon its delivery. Stacked with highlights from the greatest stars of hip-jump, including EP 50 Cent, and a select release loaded up with joint efforts close by Brooklyn drill’s best, it was a festival of the short yet effective profession of the most brilliant new craftsman out of New York.
The venture was in a tight race this week to indent the best position. 21 Savage and Metro Boomin’s Savage Mode II was poised to sell around similar sum in its subsequent week yet Pop ruled, selling 67K collection identical units. Fif hit the ‘Gram to commend the accomplishment, stating, “this poop number one again @roddyricch I revealed to you she need to screw mind the Woo, yet I ain’t going to front that 21 Savage crap is slapping the two of them #1 to me at the present time.”
Strangely enough, 50 Cent has his engraving on the two collections, however Pop’s more vigorously than Savage Mode II. 21 Savage and Metro Boomin give proper respect on “Numerous Men” off of their subsequent joint venture, examining the 2003 single on the outro and interjecting the snare all through the melody. Obviously, Fif added to “The Woo” close by Roddy Ricch and assumed a significant function in bringing the task alive.
“I told 50 I’m not in a place where I can personally listen to his music so I’m not even thinking about putting an album out,” Steven Victor, Pop Smoke’s manager, recounted telling 50 Cent after Pop’s passing. However, it was Fif that ultimately convinced him to put the album out for the summer like Pop wanted, as well as building a legacy while the momentum is high. Evidently, it was proven successful, as we’ve witnessed with the latest update of the Billboard 200.