Pop Smoke's second posthumous studio album Faith has officially arrived.
The highly anticipated project comes one year after the release of his debut, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon, which became the longest-running No. 1 hip-hop/R&B album since 1990 earlier this year, having sold more than 7 million units to date.
Republic Records and Victor Victor Worldwide announced the all-new Faith last month. Pop Smoke's manager, Steven Victor, confirmed the title Sunday. Three weeks ahead of its release, an official trailer for Faith premiered on Pop Smoke's YouTube Channel. In the clip, the late Grammy-nominated hitmaker is heard saying, "I always knew I was gonna be something good. I feel like it's coming back to New York.