Nipsey Hussle and Pop Smoke's music continues to impact the Billboard charts even over a year since their untimely deaths.
Nipsey Hussle and Pop Smokesmusic continues to impact the Billboard charts even over a year since their untimely deaths. Chart Data revealed on Tuesday (July 6) with the latest Billboard 200 that the late rappers projects reached another chart milestone this week. Neighborhood Nip, who was shot and killed outside his Marathon Clothing store in March of 2019, saw his last album Victory Lap re-enter the Billboard 200 this week. The 2018 album from the West Coast rhymer has now spent 100 weeks on the elusive chart. Nipsey Hussles Victory Lap re-enters this weeks Billboard 200, Chart Data wrote. It has now spent a milestone 100 weeks on the chart. Nipsey Hussle's 'Victory Lap' re-enters this week's Billboard 200. It has now spent a milestone 100 weeks on the chart. chart data (@chartdata) July 6, 2021 As for Pop Smoke, his posthumous Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon album has now spent a full calendar year on the Billboard 200. The project arrived about five months after his tragic death in July 2020. Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon has been a chart staple and has never left the Billboard 200s top 20. The late Brooklyn drill rappers LP was the most streamed Hip Hop album on Spotify for 2020. A post shared by Pop Smoke Central (@popsmokecentral) While Nipsey Hussles estate has only said to release a posthumous album alongside his documentary, Pop Smokes second LP which is tentatively self-titled is set to arrive on July 16. The project is expected to contain 17 tracks.