The modern remix era has made some strange combinations, but have faith, Pop Smoke and Dua Lipa did what had to be done. On “Demeanor,” Brooklyn’s king of grime feels right at home with British pop queen Dua Lipa, who raps to groovy bass on the late rapper’s new album. They are the hits from last summer combined – part “Dior” and part “Don’t Start Now”. “You can’t say pop without smoke, so fill your lungs / But diamonds will choke you / You like the way I move / My demeanor is meaner than yours, so clap for the encore,” says Dua Lipa. (While his star was still on the rise, Smoke posted a viral video of himself dancing and trembling in the car to Calvin Harris’ 2018 single “One Kiss” featuring Lipa. Consider “Demeanor” as their full circle moment.)
Pop Smoke’s second posthumous album, Faith, arrives just a year after its debut, Shoot for the stars Aim for the moon, which reached number 1 on the Billboard 200. It was followed by a luxury album with an additional 15 tracks, as well as a single, “APfrom Pop Smoke’s film debut, Boogie. Faith has characteristics of rap legends like Kanye West, Pusha TRick Ross, Pharrell and Kid Cudi. The list of rap royalty continues with The-Dream 42 Dugg, 21 Savage, Takeoff, Future, Swae Lee, Quavo, Kodak Black, Rah Swish, TRAVI and Lil Tjay. Pop Smoke’s team is working hard, but we don’t even want to know what Dua Lipa had to do. Listen to “Demeanor” and pay your respects with Faith.
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