The accused killer caught a break as the case is no longer a capital offense, meaning if found guilty he won't face the death penalty.

The Brooklyn gravesite of Pop Smoke, a budding New York rapper senselessly murdered last year on February 19, 2020, was extremely desecrated over the weekend after intentional damage was done to both his crypt and casket.

With several songs sitting in the vault, fans of the Brooklyn rapper got treated to the second posthumous album from the artist in Faith, and fans online are sharing their thoughts.

The murder of up-and-coming rapper Pop Smoke, Bashar Barakah Jackson, just over a year ago was already jarring, but the latest detail of the circumstances makes it extra painful. Reportedly, the "Dior" rapper was robbed of his diamond-studded Rolex before he was shot and killed by a teen.

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A preliminary hearing Thursday (May 6) provided further insight into the murder of Pop Smoke, who was killed February 19, 2020, in Hollywood Hills, California. From the stand, Det. Christian Carrasco relayed the chaotic series of events that ended with the violent shooting death of a rising Brooklyn rapper, as told to him by a female […]

His newest project aims to tell a story from his unique background and perspective.

The artist born Bashar Jackson was slain a year ago today (Feb. 19) but his legacy will live on through his music and adoring fans who are celebrating his legacy.

Two of the men involved face the death penalty.

Rock went on Instagram to share that during the home invasion Pop Smoke also shot at the robbers and actually hit one of them as they were exiting the Air BnB.