Including a First Look at the Album with Songs at the Top of Every Hour, Exclusive Audio from Pop Smoke’s Past Interviews, and More on iHeartRadio’s Power 105.1 Tomorrow, Friday, July 3
Digital and Radio Facts:
WHAT: iHeartMedia’s Power 105.1 Presents A Celebration of Pop Smoke’s Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon Album Release, due out tomorrow via VICTOR VICTOR WORLDWIDE and Universal Music Group. Beginning at midnight ET on Friday, July 3, iHeartRadio’s Power 105.1 will celebrate the life and works of Pop Smoke by playing songs from Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon at the top of every hour. Fans can enjoy exclusive Pop Smoke interviews with Power 105.1’s Angie Martinez, behind the scene photos and performances from Power 105.1’s POWERHOUSE available at Power1051’s website, Instagram, Facebook and Twitter, as well as check-ins from 50 Cent, Steven Victor, Lil Tjay, Fivio Foreign, The Breakfast Club and more.
In addition, the hourly tracks will broadcast on Power 105.1 FM and digitally on the iHeartRadio App.
WHO: Christened “Brooklyn Rap's Homecoming King” by The New York Times and averaging nearly 10 million monthly listeners on Spotify, Pop Smoke carried Brooklyn as the Borough's next icon in the wings. His breakthrough 2019 mixtape MEET THE WOO has 280 million streams globally and in a stellar review, Pitchfork claimed, “The Brooklyn rapper makes good on the promise of “Welcome to the Party” with a debut full of the hardest, dirtiest tracks he can manage.” He turned up at the top of 2020 with MEET THE WOO 2 and debuted at #7 on the Billboard Top 200. Meanwhile, “Welcome To The Party” went gold, he entered the Billboard Hot 100 Chart four times and his breakout single “Dior” achieved platinum status and is currently Top Five on Urban radio. To date, he has amassed 2 billion streams worldwide and counting.
WHEN: Top of the Hour every hour: Friday, July 3 beginning at midnight local time on POWER 105.1 FM, and on the iHeartRadio App
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