The Woo
by Pop Smoke (featuring Roddy Ricch & 50 Cent)

Album: Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon (2020)
Charted: 9 11
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  • Pop Smoke's self-proclaimed nickname "Woo" is a reference to a gang alliance of Bloods and Crips in the rapper's hometown of Brooklyn. Here, he boasts about all the women who want to be with "The Woo" because of his luxurious lifestyle.
  • Roddy Ricch and 50 Cent join Pop Smoke on the track. It is his first collaboration with both artists, though 50 was a huge influence on the late rapper, acting as his mentor during his meteoric rise and after Pop's passing. He helped complete Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.
  • East London producer 808Melo supplied the Latin-trap beat for this song. It is one of six Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon tracks that he helped produce.

Comments: 1

  • Lizzie Woo from Virginia Beach, Virginia Even though I am almost 60 years old I found myself attracted to both his talent, love for music AND his good looks! LOL Such a waste and tragedy of such a great man with so much to offer to see his life just be cut off in a moments notice by jealousy, envy,
    Illiterate, and ignorant human beings on this earth that should be squished like the Nasty roach they are!
    What comes around, goes around, and in this case the people that did this to Pop Smoke are going to be especially punished, like they deserve.
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