50 Cent Announces Plans to Executive Produce Posthumous Pop Smoke Album

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50 took to Instagram to request Drake, Chris Brown, and Roddy Ricch’s services.

In the wake of Pop Smoke’s death, 50 Cent wants a say in the late Brooklyn rapper’s legacy. On Sunday night, the rapper-turned-music mogul announced his intentions.

“I’m on the move listening to Pop smoke,” 50 said on Instagram. “I decided I’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him.”

Shortly afterward, 50 began soliciting contributions from industry heavyweights like Drake and Roddy Ricch.

“Tell @roddyricch I’m looking for him,” he continued, “I need him on Pop album.” The “Ballin” MC replied with a handshake emoji and “say less.”

READ: Police Are Still Investigating If Pop Smoke’s Cause of Death Was a Targeted Hit or Robbery

After Roddy replied, 50 set his sights even higher. He screenshotted Ricch’s response, then tagged Drake to solicit his involvement. “I got @roddyricch on deck,” 50 continued, this shit gonna be stupid. @champagnepapi where you at nigga, don’t start acting light-skinned on us.”

Pop Smoke’s manager Steven Victor also replied to the post. “This arrangement would be a gift to the world,” Victor said.

READ: Nas, 50 Cent, Nicki Minaj, & More React to the Death of Brooklyn Rapper Pop Smoke

Pop’s death came just two weeks after releasing his second mixtape, Meet the Woo 2. The project debuted at number seven on the US Billboard 200 for the week of February 22.

Authorities have not made any arrests related to the case. The Los Angeles Police Department is currently investigating a potential motive for the shooting.

Stay tuned for more updates regarding the album.

H/T: Billboard

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