The late Pop Smoke dominated the charts in 2020, and now fans can revisit where his rise began with the original "Meet the Woo" music video.
The title track from the rapper's debut mixtape, which only arrived in 2019, previously received a video, but the newly released clip was the original. Featuring the late artist as he's surrounded by friends and family, the minimal clip was shot by GoddyGoddy and makes it clear why Pop was one of Brooklyn's most promising MCs.
The visual ends with a preview of a "PTSD" video, a track which also showed up on Pop's debut tape. The look back on how Pop's career started comes not long after it was revealed that his posthumous debut album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, was the third-highest performing album of 2020. With over 2.198 million total equivalent album units, the record has spent 27 weeks on the Billboard 200 album chart and is still in the top 10 now.
It remains to be seen if more unreleased music or videos will come from Pop in the near future, but he will be making his posthumous acting debut this year. Last month it was reported that Focus Features will release Eddie Huang's directorial debut Boogie, which stars Pop, on March 5, 2021.
Watch "Meet the Woo"—and get ready for "PTSD"—above.