Rest in power to Pop Smoke. The late rapper continues to reign over the hearts, ears, and charts of the masses. His legacy lives on with a new music video that is racking up the views already.
The video can only be described as comedic and cute. 12-year-old viral sensation Bouba Savage stars in the “Aim For The Moon” music video for Pop Smoke’s collaboration with Quavo. “Aim for the Moon” is one of three collaborations with Quavo on the chart-topping debut. The album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon currently sits at No. 2 on the Billboard 200.
Inspired by the classic The Notorious B.I.G.’s “Sky’s The Limit” music video, Bouba stars as a young Pop Smoke. He sports a blue durag, while lounging in a pool holding a beverage with a butler off in the distance. Savage also makes it rain in the foyer, with cash falling from the sky behind him.
Joined by a fellow young actor in a dreadlock wig, Bouba Savage and young “Quavo” trade verses as they flex. From riding out in the car to riding bikes inside – young Pop and Huncho are balling out of control, age-appropriately.
Directed by Oliver Cannon, the video is a lighthearted tribute to the late rapper Pop Smoke. Huge platters of hamburgers, carefully edited lip-synching preventing cursing (excluding the N-word), and a lot of charisma make it an instant viral sensation.
Watch young Pop Smoke and young Quavo Huncho get chocolate turnt up in a house you probably can’t afford.