Released under Victor Victor Worldwide and Republic Records, the video measures at a little under four minutes. Mirroring the chill and laidback groove of the song, the video is interspersed with cuts of dimly lit neon setups and the late rapper when he was still alive. King Combs and Calboy appear in the video as well, mobbing with a crowd of friends along the streets of New York City, a fitting backdrop to celebrate the city where Pop Smoke grew up.
Scroll above to watch Pop Smoke’s posthumous music video for the “Diana” remix track.
In case you missed it, Pop Smoke’s manager Steven Victor expressed his thoughts on the late rapper’s legacy.