13 Songs, 34 Minutes

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pop Smoke opened the title track of his 2019 debut Meet the Woo with a series of bars that distill exactly what the Brooklyn MC is all about: “Baby girl, come and meet the Woo/She know we keep a tool/Big knockin' on my body/Watch who you speaking to.” The album—propelled by the breakout single “Welcome to the Party”—made a star out of a previously unknown MC, at once familiarizing the rap game with this promising voice, as well as the Canarsie hood he came from. Meet the Woo 2, as its title suggests, is another helping of the consistently intimidating, endlessly catchy contemporary Brooklyn drill music that gave Pop Smoke his fame. Success has only served to fortify his earliest claims of citywide dominance (“Invincible,” “Christopher Walking,” “Element”), but he isn’t too self-important to share the mic with several of New York City’s most celebrated young voices (A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Fivio Foreign, Lil Tjay), spreading love in the Brooklyn tradition.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Apple Digital Master

EDITORS’ NOTES

Pop Smoke opened the title track of his 2019 debut Meet the Woo with a series of bars that distill exactly what the Brooklyn MC is all about: “Baby girl, come and meet the Woo/She know we keep a tool/Big knockin' on my body/Watch who you speaking to.” The album—propelled by the breakout single “Welcome to the Party”—made a star out of a previously unknown MC, at once familiarizing the rap game with this promising voice, as well as the Canarsie hood he came from. Meet the Woo 2, as its title suggests, is another helping of the consistently intimidating, endlessly catchy contemporary Brooklyn drill music that gave Pop Smoke his fame. Success has only served to fortify his earliest claims of citywide dominance (“Invincible,” “Christopher Walking,” “Element”), but he isn’t too self-important to share the mic with several of New York City’s most celebrated young voices (A Boogie wit da Hoodie, Fivio Foreign, Lil Tjay), spreading love in the Brooklyn tradition.

Parental Advisory: Explicit Lyrics. Mastered for iTunes
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Ratings and Reviews

3.7 out of 5
144 Ratings

144 Ratings

PHILLY ,

Not bad at all

The tracks are pretty good but the mix is bad. Distorted kicks and overly compressed. Maybe nobody else will find this. I have to say that I am a Engineer so I am very sensitive of this. I just don't want this to be the new sound. Then it will be acceptable to all.

OriginalYoungBreezy094 ,

Of course

Anther no name rapper

Sam J. 3 ,

Meet the Woo 2

This album was amazing. I love the project and can’t understand why other people don’t like it. He really turned up his lyrics for this tape. People were expecting a lot of club records which is cool but I’m happy I got to see a different side of Pop.

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