New York rapper 50 Cent is asking the biggest names in the music biz for their help. The G-Unit boss has come forward to request superstars Drake and Chris Brown to get involved with a new Pop Smoke album.
On Monday, Fif went to his Instagram page with a huge favor. 50 publicly asked Drake and Chris Brown to add their talent to the upcoming posthumous release.
“See I got Roddy Ricch on deck, this sh*t gonna be stupid. [Drake] where you at n*gga, don’t start acting light skinned on us. … Yo [Chris Brown] I’m a need you on this record. But what da f*ck you do to your hair blood.”
On Sunday, Fif announced he would executive produce and finalize a Pop Smoke album.
“I’m on the move listening to Pop Smoke. I decided I’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him.”
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50 immediately had guest features on his mind. The “Power” executive producer revealed his interest in adding rookie rapper Roddy Ricch to the project.
“Tell Roddy Ricch I’m looking for him, I need him on Pop album.”
Before You Go
Finally, 50 recently reacted to Pop’s cover of his “Many Men” classic. In addition to giving a co-sign, the Unit boss shared his frustrations with the 20-year-old’s death.
“I told you n*ggas to make sure nothing happen to him. What the f*ck man. He was on his way.”