50 Cent continues to go all out for his late mentee, Pop Smoke.

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The G-Unit CEO served as the executive producer for Pop’s posthumous number one album, Shoot For the Stars, Aim For The Moon. Upon his shocking death, Fif vowed to complete the album. He fulfilled his promise and has seen its success. Last week 50 announced that he will no longer work with the parties involved with Pop Smoke going forward.

The Power television producer took to Instagram to tease the visuals for “The Woo” track featuring Roddy Ricch. The track is one of the many standouts from Pop Smoke’s album. It debuted at No. 11 on the Hot 100 charts, only five spots below “For The Night.”


According to 50 Cent, the video is set to drop on Monday, July 20. Pop Smoke would be celebrating his 21st birthday on that day if he was here.

Check out the preview below.