Pop Smoke's Posthumous Acting Debut in 'Boogie' Commemorated With Capsule Collection

The film-themed collection is available online.

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A special film-themed capsule collection commemorating Pop Smoke‘s posthumous acting debut in Eddie Huang‘s film Boogie has officially launched.

Coinciding with the film and soundtrack release and in celebration of the late Pop Smoke, a Pop Smoke x Boogie capsule collection is available for fans. Apparel items include tees, crewnecks and hoodies with designs inspired by vintage trading cards and sports memorabilia. The collection also pays homage to Brooklyn street landmarks.

Alongside the collection, the soundtrack for Huang’s directorial debut Boogie is out now. Released by Victor Victor Worldwide and Republic Records, the soundtrack includes Pop Smoke’s track “AP” and features other artists including Polo G and many more. Huang spoke about the soundtrack stating, “We sought inspiration from the great soundtrack albums of our time like Above The Rim and the Brooklyn Drill movement pioneered by Pop Smoke, 808 Melo and Victor Victor Worldwide. This album is meant to represent the pulse of the streets of New York City.”

Boogie is a coming-of-age story of a basketball phenom from Queens, New York named Alfred “Boogie” Chin. Pop Smoke made his acting debut on the film playing Monk, NYC’s greatest amateur basketball player.

The price for the collection ranges between $20 to $70 USD and is now available online at RealPopSmoke.

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