Vevo Footnotes: The Making of Pop Smoke’s “The Woo” featuring 50 Cent & Roddy Ricch
Vevo Footnotes shines a spotlight on the latest visual release in support of the posthumous Pop Smoke album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.
Arriving on what would’ve been Pop Smoke’s 21st birthday, “The Woo” (featuring Roddy Ricch and 50 Cent) is an homage to a rising hip-hop hero cut down far too early in life. Director Eif Rivera says he was inspired by the parking lot scenes in Dr. Dre’s 2010 “Kush” video.
This edition of Vevo Footnotes fills you in on lots tidbits about the track’s creation and the video shoot itself. Watch it all the way through to learn about Pop’s first solo show in London and his favorite Brooklyn restaurant.
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