Pop Smoke fans finally get to catch a glimpse of his posthumous acting debut in the trailer of Eddie Huang's upcoming film Boogie.
The nearly three-minute clip of Huang's feature-film directorial debut, released Tuesday (Jan. 19), previews the coming-of-age story about a Chinese high-school basketball star named Alfred "Boogie" Chin (Taylor Takahashi) living in Queens, New York. He faces off-court challenges such as Asian cultural stereotypes and on-court rivals like Monk, who's played by Pop, to achieve his dreams of playing in the NBA.
The late Brooklyn drill rapper's song "Got It on Me" plays in the background of the trailer, which also boasts new music from him in the official Boogie soundtrack via Pop's labels Victor Victor Worldwide and Republic Records. "Got It on Me" was previously featured on his posthumous album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, which debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200, and occupied the top spot for two non-consecutive weeks last year.