Rapper Pop Smoke was killed during a home invasion in February 2020 at age 20. The New York artist gave the world a glimpse of what it’s missing with his posthumous debut album “Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon”, which led the Billboard 200 chart, and all the songs from the project impacted the Hot 100. Pop Smoke also made his posthumous acting debut in the film Boogie, Eddie Huang’s coming of age story of Queens basketball prodigy Alfred “Boogie” Chin, in which the rapper plays on court rival Monk. The film was released March 5. The Brooklyn native recorded the song “AP” for the soundtrack. The video was released March 17. Watch the video for “AP” below.
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