March 24, 2023

Pop Smoke’s posthumous album releases a deluxe version featuring Jamie Foxx, Gunna, and Young Thug

15 new songs added!

Today (July 20) a deluxe version of the posthumous Pop Smoke Shoot For The Stars album Aim For The Moon was released less than three weeks after the original release.

The expanded edition features 15 new songs from the late Brooklyn rapper with special appearances by Young Thug, Gunna, Jamie Foxx, A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie, DaVido, PnB Rock, Fivio Foreign, Queen Naija, Burna Boy, King Combs, Calboy, Dread Woo and Dafi Woo. In total, the album now has 34 songs.

The original 19-track version of Shoot For The Stars debuted at number 1 on the Billboard 200 chart with approximately 251,000 total album equivalent units sold in its first week.

Featuring 50 Cent, Quavo, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Roddy Ricch, and more, the album ranked Pop alongside The Notorious BIG, 2Pac, and XXXTENTACION as the only Hip Hop artists in history to reach # 1 posthumously.


1. Bad Bitch From Tokyo (Intro)
2. Aim For The Moon f. Quavo
3. For The Night f. Lil Baby & DaBaby
4. 44 BullDog
5. Gangstas
6. Yea Yea
7. Creature f. Swae Lee
8. Snitching f. Quavo & Future
9. Make It Rain f. Rowdy Rebel
10. The Woo f. 50 Cent & Roddy Ricch
11. West Coast Shit f. Tyga & Quavo
12. Enjoy Yourself f. Karol G
13. Mood Swings f. Lil Tjay
14. Something Special
15. What You Know Bout Love
16. Diana f. King Combs
17. Got It On Me
18. Tunnel Vision (Outro)
19. Dior (Bonus)
20. Hotel Lobby
21. Showin Off Pt.1 f. Fivio Foreign
22. Showin Off Pt.2 f. Fivio Foreign
23. Iced Out Audemars f. Dafi Woo
24. Woo Year f. Dread Woo
25. Tsunami f. DaVido
26. Backseat f. PnB Rock
27. Imperfections (Interlude)
28. She Feelin Nice f. Jamie Foxx
29. Paranoia f. Gunna & Young Thug
30. Hello f. A Boogie Wit Da Hoodie
31. Be Clearr
32. Yea Yea (Remix) f. Queen Naija
33. Diana (Remix) f. King Combs & Calboy
34. Enjoy Yourself (Remix) f. Burna Boy

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