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The tracklisting for the late Pop Smoke’s forthcoming album Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon has been released.

The 19-track debut album includes guest appearances from Quavo, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Swae Lee, Future, Polo G, Tyga, Karol G, King Combs, 50 Cent, and Roddy Rich.

50 Cent and Ricch appear on Pop Smoke’s “The Woo,” for which they recently shot a video. 50 Cent also is the album’s co-executive producer. “He would take the records that he really liked, R&B records, rewrite the lyrics, and then use that as a template for how he’s actually singing it, but he would do it with Auto-Tune,” 50 told The New York Times of Pop Smoke’s process.

Pop Smoke’s manager, Steven Victor revealed the cover art for the album along with the tracklist. The cover art was designed by Virgil Abloh. However, after the cover art wasn’t well-received by the rapper’s fans, they decided to cancel the idea and create a new design.

“It is our obligation to bring his vision to life. He wanted Virgil to lead creative, we fulfilled his wishes. However, unfortunately, he’s not here to give his final approval his fans, are,” said Victor.

Pop Smoke’s posthumous debut, which the rapper’s estate will be releasing on Friday, follows Pop’s EP Meet the Woo 2, which was released back in February.

Less than two weeks after Meet the Woo 2 dropped, Pop Smoke was shot and killed in a home invasion in Hollywood at the age of 20, as we previously reported.

SHOOT FOR THE STARS, AIM FOR THE MOON TRACKLIST

1. “Bad Bitch from Tokyo (Intro)”
2. “Aim for the Moon” feat. Quavo
3. “For the Night feat. Lil Baby and DaBaby
4. “44 Bulldog”
5. “Gangstas”
6. “Yea Yea”
7. “Creature” feat. Swae Lee
8. “Snitchin’” feat. Quavo, Future, & Polo G
9. “Make It Rain” feat. Rowdy Rebel
10. “The Woo” feat. 50 Cent and Roddy Ricch
11. “West Coast Sh*t” feat. Tyga and Quavo
12. “Enjoy Yourself” feat. KAROL G
13. “Hotel Lobby”
14. “What You Know About Love”
15. “Something Special”
16. “Diana” feat. King Combs
17. “Got It on Me”
18. “Tunnel Vision (Outro)”

Glennisha Morgan is a Detroit-bred multimedia journalist and writer. She writes about intersectionality, hip-hop, pop culture, queer issues, race, feminism, and her truth. Follow her on Twitter @GlennishaMorgan.