Pop Smoke Wouldn't Approve of His Posthumous Music, Producer Says

Pop Smoke‘s producer, Rico Beats, recently claimed in a series of text messages that the late Brooklyn rapper wouldn’t have “approved 99 percent” of the music that was released after his death.

Over the weekend, in a series of text messages between him and a fan, producer Rico Beats claimed that Pop Smoke wouldn’t have co-signed any of the music that was posthumously released following his death in February 2020.

“If pop was [alive] he would not approve of 99 percent of the stuff they put out,” the “Hello” hitmaker responded to the fan’s question about any remaining music being released from Pop Smoke’s vault.

Initially, the fan was hoping more music

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