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Watch a reported behind-the-scenes snippet of Pop Smoke and Quavo’s “Shake the Room” visual

The ‘Meet the Woo 2’ cut could be getting a visual.

Pop Smoke Left: Getty Images / Right: Getty Images

A behind-the-scenes clip reportedly from Pop Smoke and Quavo’s upcoming “Shake the Room” video has surfaced on Twitter. The visual features photos and video of the late rapper recording and performing, along with footage of Quavo that was captured during Paris Fashion Week, which just wrapped up on Tuesday (March 3).

The pair’s collaborated hit landed on Pop’s Meet the Woo 2 project, which he released just weeks before his tragic death. Quavo remembered his late friend in an Instagram post, shared last month.

“F L Y H I G H W O O [Pop Smoke],” he wrote. “Got To Kno This Kid! Very Talented Humble Respectful And Appreciative Always Ask Questions Big Sponge To Knowledge Fast Learning Young Boss And The Huncho Was Here To Share That Anytime You Called Me! R.I.P.”

According to an interview snippet between Pop and Spotify’s RapCaviar, the Brooklyn-Atlanta duo had even more in the works. Beyond “Shake the Room,” Pop and Quavo had been working on a joint mixtape called Huncho Woo.

“Me and Quavo got like nine songs for real,” Pop said in the recently surfaced clip. “You never know. You might just be hearing a Huncho Woo mixtape coming out or some sh*t like that. You know what I’m saying? Just stay tuned man. Woo sh*t shoot for the stars.”

“Shake the Room” entered the Billboard Hot 100 at No. 93. Meet the Woo 2 currently sits at No. 8 on the Billboard 200. Since his passing, the project has seen an 11 percent increase in sales, with Pop’s entire discography receiving a 392 percent boost in streaming.

It’s unclear whether Pop and Quavo’s Huncho Woo will ever be released. However, Pop also had a solo album in the works, which 50 Cent has promised to complete, taking on the role of executive producer. This week, 50 announced that he’s readying the project for release this May.

Police continue to investigate Pop’s tragic death. The 20-year-old rapper was fatally shot during a home invasion in Hollywood, CA.

See the behind-the-scenes snippet of Pop and Quavo’s upcoming “Shake the Room” video below.

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