Virgil Alboh’s Pop Smoke Album Cover “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon” Unveiled

Pop Smoke Album Art Cover Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon Virgil Abloh
Pop Smoke Album Art Cover Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon Virgil Abloh

Virgil Alboh’s latest Pop Smoke Album Cover for “Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon” is revealed on Instagram and Twitter hates it. According to the fans, the album art released by the Chief Executive Officer of Off-White is uncreative and the work of a lazy man.

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The late Pop Smoke will always be remembered for his iconic rapping style and if we can revert back time somehow, the current lockdown period would not have been this boring. Listening to his songs always uplifts the mood.

Pop Smoke’s manager Steven Victor has made continuous efforts to keep the rapper’s legacy alive. On coming Friday, we will introduced to the last work and latest debut Pop Smoke’s Album Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon.

Pop Smoke Album Art Cover by Abloh

 

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Steven released the first song, Make It Rain ft. Rowdy Rebel, from the album earlier this month. No information regarding the album about the featured rappers, duration of the album, etc. are revealed yet. However, according to 50 Cent, Roddy Ricch will appear on the latest Pop Smoke’s Album.

Prior to its official release, Steven Victor teased a look of Pop Smoke Album Cover on Instagram designed by Virgil Abloh and added a beautiful message. Take a look below.

“You were always shootings for the stars and aiming for the moon. everything we talked about is happening, the only thing is you’re not here in the flesh to see it all come together. you wanted Virgil to design your album cover and lead creative.. Virgil designed the album cover and led creative.. we love you and miss you more and more each day,” he said.

Pop Smoke Album Art Cover Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon Virgil Abloh
Pop Smoke Album Art Cover Shoot For The Stars Aim For The Moon Virgil Abloh

Victor used the opportunity to reveal a T-Shirt crafted by Virgil which promotes peace and calm. The slogan read “Stop The Violence” in cursive.

Twitteratis extensively hated Virgil Abloh’s latest album Pop Smoke Album cover design especially after he donated mere $50 in donations to BLM Movement. Take a look at some of the hilarious tweets.

Twitter Reaction on Pop Smoke’s Album Art Cover By Virgil Abloh

Stay tuned with TCD for more updates on Virgil Abloh Pop Smoke Art Album Cover.

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