Aside from revealing a now-scrapped Virgil Abloh-designed cover for Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, Steven Victor of the Victor Victor label recently shared the tracklist for Pop Smoke‘s upcoming posthumous album.
Comprised of 19-tracks in total, the project from the late rapper features 18 unreleased cuts with “Dior” serving as the final bonus addition to the list. Although Pop Smoke’s time in the industry was short, the rapper was able to work a number of notable artists. Standout features on Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon come from Future, DaBaby, Lil Baby, Quavo, Swae Lee, Roddy Ricch, 50 Cent, Tyga and Karol G. Victor also noted that vocals from Lil Tjay have just come in and are awaiting clearance to make its way on the album.
Check out the tracklist below and look for Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon to officially release July 3.
Lil Tjay vocals just came in ???@theRonPerry need clearance ??
— Steven-San Victor (@StevenVictor) June 30, 2020
01 Bad Bitch From Tokyo (Intro) (prod. by 808Melo)
02 Aim For the Moon [ft. Quavo] (prod. by 808Melo and WondaGurl)
03 For the Night [ft. Lil Baby & DaBaby] (prod. by CashmoneyAP and Palaze)
04 44 Bulldog (prod. by Mobz and Mora)
05 Gangstas (prod. by Swirv & CashmoneyAP)
06 Yea Yea (prod. by HakzBeats)
07 Creature. [ft. Swae Lee] (prod. by 808Melo)
08 Snitchin [ft. Quavo & Future] (prod. by Buddah Bless & SethTheChef)
09 Make It Rain. [ft. Rowdy Rebel] (prod. by Yamaica)
10 The Woo. [ft. 50 Cent & Roddy Ricch] (prod. by 808Melo)
11 West Coast Shit. [ft. Tyga & Quavo] (prod. by DJ Mustard and Bongo)
12 Enjoy Yourself [ft. Karol G] (prod. by Palaze & Luci G)
13 Hotel Lobby (prod. by 808Melo & Jess Jackson)
14 What You Know Bout Love (prod. by Tash)
15 Something Special (prod. by Duro)
16 Diana [ft. King Combs] (prod. by SpunkBigga)
17 Got It on Me (prod. by Young Devante)
18 Tunnel Vision (Outro) (prod. by 808Melo, Nagra & Carson Hackney)
19 Dior (Bonus) (prod. by 808Melo)
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