Featuring a total of 15 new tracks, the updated version sees collaborations with the likes of Fivio Foreign on the two-part track “Showin Off,” Jamie Foxx on “She Feelin Nice,” Gunna and Young Thug on “Paranoia,” PnB Rock on “Backseat” and A Boogie Wit da Hoodie on “Hello.” Three remixes are also included in the release, with Queen Naija on “Yea Yea,” King Combs and Calboy on “Diana” and Burna Boy on “Enjoy Yourself.” The updated version of his critically-acclaimed posthumous project also comes with a new music video for “The Woo” featuring Roddy Ricch and 50 Cent.
Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon opened at No. 1 on last week’s Billboard 200 with a total of 251,000 equivalent album units. This made Smoke the first and only hip-hop artist in history to posthumously open at No. 1 with a debut studio album, and is one of four hip-hop names with posthumous chart-toppers alongside 2Pac, The Notorious B.I.G. and XXXTentacion.
Stream Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon (Deluxe) on Spotify.
In other music news, Juice WRLD’s Legends Never Die opened at No. 1.