“FAITH album cover,” he wrote on Instagram under a gallery featuring both a promotional video and the album’s cover art.
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The visual spotlights Smoke’s industry-shifting legacy in rap, featuring a slew of his venue-packed performances, snippets of new music and a clip from a radio interview he did with HOT 97, in which he lauds his top-shelf artistry in classic hip-hop form, before concluding with a date that reads July 16.
The soon-to-be-released posthumous album will include a total of 17 tracks with a final entry, titled “Outro,” previously teased via Apple Music. Though there is not much information currently available about the album, fans recently discovered posters across Los Angeles and New York that include a Snapchat-enabled activation that plays unreleased tracks from Pop Smoke alongside videos of the artist performing.
Additionally, Dua Lipa teased a possible appearance on the upcoming record with a video posted to her Instagram of the late rapper dancing to her track “One Kiss,” with the caption “YOU CAN’T SAY POP WITHOUT SMOKE – 16 JULY.”
Elsewhere in music, Meek Mill has teased a new collaboration with Jay-Z.