Jenius Goes Platinum For Pop Smoke’s Posthumous Album Alongside Wondagurl

One of the fastest rising producers in the game, young talent Jenius has just gone certified Platinum for his contribution to Pop Smoke’s massive posthumous album, Shoot For the Stars Aim for the Moon. Executively produced by 50 Cent, who was a mentor figure to the young rapper while he was alive, the album made Pop Smoke the first hip-hop artist in history to posthumously debut at number one on the Billboard 200 with a debut studio album. Jenius produced the album’s intro “Bad Bitch From Tokyo” alongside 808Melo and WondaGurl, who recently got one of her biggest placements to date for producing Travis Scott’s latest single “The Plan.”

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I WENT PLATINUM 💿❗️Thank U God. #RipPopSmoke 🕊

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Other than his work with Pop Smoke, Jenius is known for regularly collaborating with Jack Harlow, as well as producing for artists such as Travis Scott, Don Toliver, KILLY, Yung Bans, Johnny Yukon and more. 

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