50 Cent Shares First Look At Pop Smoke & Roddy Ricch Music Video

By Peyton Blakemore

June 24, 2020

50 Cent is putting in that work to make sure Pop Smoke's posthumous album is a success.

On Wednesday (June 24), the "In da Club" rapper shared the first look at the music video for his collab with Roddy Ricch and the late Pop to Instagram.

"Pop Smoke 50cent & @roddyricch this sh*t is outta of here 🚀 ," he captioned two still frames from the upcoming music video for their unnamed track. "She want to F**k wit the 💫Woo."

50 previously teased the collab on Instagram, captioning a photo of four champagne bottles: "New Pop Smoke Ft @50cent & @roddyricch soon!"

As fans know, Pop, born Bashar Jackson, was shot and killed on February 19. Shortly after, 50 announced on Instagram that he would be working on the late rapper's album. "i’m on the move listening to Pop smoke, i decided i’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him," he captioned a photo of him sitting on the stairs of a private jet.

The business mogul later shared a collage of him and Pop, which he captioned, "Tell @roddyricch i’m looking for him, i need him on Pop album." It didn't take long for Roddy to respond to 50's ask, as "The Box" rapper quickly commented on the post, "say less," along with a handshake emoji.

Earlier this month, Pop's first posthumous lead single, “Make It Rain” was released.

The track, which features Rowdy Rebel, dropped on June 12, which was originally slated to be the release date for the late rapper's debut album. However, days before the project's scheduled release, UMG executive Steven Victor announced on Instagram that the LP was pushed back due to the ongoing civil unrest sparked by the murder of George Floyd.

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