SiriusXM remembers Brooklyn-born rapper Pop Smoke, dead at age 20

Pay tribute to the late rapper with exclusive SiriusXM interviews, his music, and more memories.

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SiriusXM Editor
February 19, 2020

SiriusXM is remembering Pop Smoke, who died on Wednesday, February 19, at 20 years old. The Brooklyn-born artist — who rose to fame in 2019 as a promising rapper and songwriter with hits like “Welcome to the Party” and “Dior” — was fatally shot during a reported invasion of his Hollywood Hills home.

To pay tribute to the late rapper, Hip-Hop Nation (Ch. 44) has been playing his music, airing interviews, and even hosted a live call-in show for fans to express their condolences. In addition, revisit Pop Smoke’s interviews from earlier this month (fresh on the heels of his newest mixtape, Meet the Woo 2) with SiriusXM hosts On Demand below.Hear Pop Smoke officially embrace his rapper status with Swaggy Sie and talk creative process just last week.

DJ Superstar Jay sits down with the rapper to discuss his recent rise to rap stardom.

Relive DJ Whoo Kid‘s conversation with Pop Smoke about everything from love songs to Kobe.

Also, look back at Hip-Hop Nation’s interview with Pop Smoke at last year’s Rolling Loud Los Angeles where he discusses his New York roots, “rapper persona,” and what he had planned for 2020.