The late Pop Smoke is on course to earn his first No. 1 album on next week’s Billboard 200, with Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon projected to garner a total of 175,000 to 195,000 equivalent album units including 200 million units in audio streams.
If forecasts are correct, his posthumous album will surpass Meet The Woo 2‘s No. 7 debut and 36,000 units and Meet The Woo’s No. 105 peak.
The 19-track project clocks in at nearly one hour and includes 50 Cent as executive producer and features his first platinum record “Dior,” along with collaborations with Quavo on “Aim for the Moon,” DaBaby and Lil Baby on “For The Night,” Swae Lee on “Creature,” Quavo and Future on “Snitchin,” 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch on “The Woo,” Lil Tjay on “Mood Swings” and Tyga and Quavo on “West Coast Shit.”