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Check out Pop Smoke, King Combs, and Calboy’s new visual for “Diana (Remix)”

The track can be found on ‘Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon (Deluxe).’

Calboy and King Combs
Calboy and King Combs
Video screenshot/Brilliant Garcia

The legend of Pop Smoke continues to live on through his music. Months after his unfortunate passing came the debut album Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon, which saw 19 tracks and features from Roddy Ricch, 50 Cent, Future, Quavo, Swae Lee, Lil Baby, DaBaby, Lil Tjay, and more. Mere weeks later, his team upgraded the LP with a deluxe version that added 15 additional cuts to the overall body of work with new assists from the likes of Fivio Foreign, Davido, Jamie Foxx, Gunna, and Young Thug.

This week, fans get to check out a new visual from the aforementioned deluxe edition for “Diana (Remix),” a collaboration between Pop Smoke, King Combs, and Calboy. The Spunk Bigga-produced number sees them rapping to their women over a sample of Playa’s 90’s classic “Cheers 2 U”:

“I ain’t gon’ lie, I need you, don’t let me in it, I might just breed you, look, she said she wanna be a teacher, damn, in my head, she would look good as a teacher, she would look good as a teacher/

Treat her with Balenciaga sneakers, please her, baby, let me eat you, home run, home run like Jeter, don’t make me catch you cheatin’.../”

Directed by Brilliant Garcia, the video shows footage of a dancing Pop Smoke in different locations during better times, while King Combs and Calboy enjoy the view of a bevy of different beauties throughout.

The original release of “Diana” garnered a bit of controversy, as Calboy voiced his displeasure about being removed from the song on social media:

“On Wesley grave y’all bogus asf for taking me off pop smoke album ...but then keep my f***ing adlibs....two days before my boy passed away we was planning a vid wit me combs n him ..how y’all play it like tht ..ion respect that s*** at all”

Thankfully, fans can now check out the song and video as originally intended below.

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