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Pop Smoke And Quavo Appear As Kids In The Video For ‘Aim For The Moon’

The late Pop Smoke is portrayed by a child in the new video for his posthumous cut “Aim For The Moon” featuring Quavo. Quavo is also portrayed by a child, and the video shows the rap duo as children at a luxurious mansion, basking in the lavish lifestyle.

“Aim For The Moon” comes from Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon, which was originally released on July 3. A few weeks later, a deluxe edition of the LP featuring an additional 15 cuts dropped on July 20.


The initial version of the album, which included 19 tracks, debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard 200. The project returned to the top of the chart months later, for a second week at No. 1 in October.

Watch Pop Smoke’s “Aim For The Moon” video with Quavo on YouTube here, and to stream Pop’s album, check out Spotify.

Young Versions of Pop Smoke & Quavo ‘Aim for the Moon’ in Music Video


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