In a recent post, 50 Cent has revelaed that he intends to executive produce and finish the late Pop Smoke's album.

"I’m on the move listening to Pop smoke, I decided I’m gonna executive produce and finish his album for him," penned Fif on Instagram. 

He's already teased a possible colaboration for the new project, following up with a post inquiring on the whereabouts of Roddy Ricch, Chris Brown, and even Drake for their potential contribution to the work.

"See i got @roddyricch on deck, this shit gonna be stupid," he wrote. "@champagnepapi where you at ni--a, don’t start acting light skinned on us.

Pop Smoke, who was gunned down during a home invasion in Hollywood Hills last month, was often compared to 50 Cent during his meteoric rise. The energy surrounding tracks such as "Welcome To The Party" and "Christian Dior" echoed a similar energy found in 50 Cent's earlier contributions to a revival of sorts in New York's stake in hip-hop. The same could have been said for the trajectory of the young Brooklyn rapper as he creatively intorduced elements of the Drill subgenre into the mainstream.

Shortly before his death, he issued his Meet The Woo V.2 studio album. As for just what the tentative name of his poshumous work will be, it is still not quite certain. Since Pop Smoke's death, a number of tributes have initiated in his honor including an appearance from a hologram at a nightclub in Paris this past week.