Eddie Huang’s directorial debut ‘Boogie’ is set to arrive early next year, and it will also feature a posthumous acting performance from Pop Smoke.
Restaurateur-turned-filmmaker Eddie Huang pays tribute to late rapper Pop Smoke, who stars in his new film "Boogie.
Eddie Huang’s Movie Boogie, Starring Pop Smoke, Comes Out March 5.
Pop Smoke’s “Welcome to the Party” was a reminder of how New York hip-hop once sounded.Ryan Lowry for The New York Times.
Pop Smoke has three new songs on the soundtrack for the new movie "Boogie." Pop Smoke will make his posthumous debut on the big screen this Friday as
Pop Smoke speaks with XXL about how he went from playing basketball to becoming one of New York City's hottest rappers.
Pop Smoke was fatally shot in February 2020 during a home invasion.
The rapper Pop Smoke was a leading figure in the Brooklyn drill scene.
The late rapper stars in the film as well, which hits theaters on Friday (March 5)
50 Cent has made it clear that he's not happy with the way in which Pop Smoke's team have handled the rapper's recently released posthumous album.