Pop Smoke’s manager, Steven Victor has actually credited 50 Cent with supporting him through his sorrow to launch the late rapper’s work posthumously.
Victor, who likewise functions as senior vice president of artists and collection at Universal Music Group, informed Apple Music’s Rap Life host Ebro Darden, “50 was like, ‘You can’t be depressed and stop the legacy that he (Pop Smoke) was building. How do you expect everyone around him, in terms of his family, to benefit off of all the work that he put in?”
Urging Victor to launch tracks Pop Smoke had actually dealt with prior to his death, 50 supposedly informed the record executive: “It would almost be like everything happened in vain if you don’t put the album out.”
Victor took 50’s guidance and enabled the In Da Club star to act as an executive manufacturer on the project, entitled, Strive destiny, Go For the Moon, which struck streaming services on Friday.
In Addition, Victor has actually guaranteed fans justice will be worked as Los Angeles investigators continue to examine the increasing rap star’s awful murder.
The Welcome to the Party hitmaker, otherwise called Bashar Jackson, was fatally shot throughout a home intrusion at his leased Hollywood Hills property in February.
Los Angeles Authorities Department has yet to make any arrests in the event, however Victor stays positive it will be resolved.
“I’m getting information from Pop’s criminal attorney and he’s in communication with LAPD and the detectives out there,” the manager stated, including, “It’s definitely way, way closer (to being solved) than it was a couple of months ago.”