Pop Smoke discography: the beginning
As already explained on the ‘Pop Smoke biography‘ page, Pop Smoke’s music career actually started by accident. In 2018, he was in the studio with friend and rapper Jay Gwuapo. After Gwuapo fell asleep because he was too high, Pop Smoke jumped in the booth to try rapping for the first time. He started making remixes to famous songs within the Brooklyn drill scene. One of these remixes would end up to be the first song that Pop Smoke ever officially released: MPR, a remix to Sheff G’s ‘Panic Part 3’. The song gained more attention than he thought, so he continued making music. The next song that Pop Smoke released was ‘Flexin’, in January 2019.
Everyone knows the story after that: Pop Smoke became one of the most interesting hip-hop acts in the last few years with his unique voice and powerful appearance. He made the bridge between the UK and New York drill scene and ever since that moment, Brooklyn drill has gone viral. He was only in the game for more than a year, but his impact on the music scene is enormous. Pop Smoke achieved a lot of things in a short amount of time and one of the most unique things was that he did it all by himself. Even though he might be gone, his impact and legacy will never go away. On this page, we explain everything about Pop Smoke’s music career and projects! Oh yes by the way, if you click on the song title you will find the lyrics of the song! At the ‘Pop Smoke lyrics‘ page, you can find all the lyrics to Pop Smoke’s songs.