The artist had previously debuted at No. 7 with "Meet the Woo, V.2," and at No. 105 with "Meet the Woo, V.1."

Credit: Courtesy of Pop Smoke/Instagram



Pop Smoke reclaimed the top spot!

Billboard reported that "Faith," the second posthumous album by the late rapper, who was killed in a shooting last February, reached No. 1.

The star-studded album was released on July 16 and pushed 88,000 equivalent album units in its first week.



In July of 2020, Pop Smoke also made his way to No. 1 with "Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon." The album was soon ranked third in popularity during 2020.

Pop Smoke now has four charted albums, and three Top 10 albums in total. The artist had previously debuted at No. 7 with "Meet the Woo, V.2," and at No. 105 with "Meet the Woo, V.1."



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