2020#Zip}|\ Pop Smoke Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon Album Download

2020#Zip}|\ Pop Smoke Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon Album Download On Friday, the late rapper’s estate will release his posthumous debut Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon. Before its release, the star-studded tracklist has been revealed.Label owner Steven Victor says he is going to change the Virgil Abloh-designed cover to Pop Smoke's upcoming album to due to the amount of backlash it has received on social media Victor shared the tracklist for the project after he shared the official Virgil Abloh-designed artwork for the project, which is now in the process of being changed after receiving backlash online.


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Along with the tracklist, Pop’s manager Steven Victor revealed the cover art designed by Virgil Abloh. After being poorly received by fans, they decided to scrap it and come up with a new design. “It is our obligation to bring his vision to life he wanted Virgil to lead creative, we fulfilled his wishes however, unfortunately, he’s not here to give his final approval his fans, are,” said Victor. “You know why you love pop your voices are loud and clear he loved his fans and listened to his fans pop and we at Victor Victor heard you loud and clear.”

The album follows Pop’s EP Meet the Woo 2, which was released in early February. Less than two weeks later, he was shot and killed in a home invasion in Hollywood at the age of 20.

SHOOT FOR THE STARS, AIM FOR THE MOON TRACKLIST

01 Bad Bitch From Tokyo (Intro) (prod. by 808Melo)
02 Aim For the Moon [ft. Quavo] (prod. by 808Melo and WondaGurl)
03 For the Night [ft. Lil Baby & DaBaby] (prod. by CashmoneyAP and Palaze)
04 44 Bulldog (prod. by Mobz and Mora)
05 Gangstas (prod. by Swirv & CashmoneyAP)
06 Yea Yea (prod. by HakzBeats)
07 Creature. [ft. Swae Lee] (prod. by 808Melo)
08 Snitchin [ft. Quavo & Future] (prod. by Buddah Bless & SethTheChef)
09 Make It Rain. [ft. Rowdy Rebel] (prod. by Yamaica)
10 The Woo. [ft. 50 Cent & Roddy Ricch] (prod. by 808Melo)
11 West Coast Shit. [ft. Tyga & Quavo] (prod. by DJ Mustard and Bongo)
12 Enjoy Yourself [ft. Karol G] (prod. by Palaze & Luci G)
13 Hotel Lobby (prod. by 808Melo & Jess Jackson)
14 What You Know Bout Love (prod. by Tash)
15 Something Special (prod. by Duro)
16 Diana [ft. King Combs] (prod. by SpunkBigga)
17 Got It on Me (prod. by Young Devante)
18 Tunnel Vision (Outro) (prod. by 808Melo, Nagra & Carson Hackney)
19 Dior (Bonus) (prod. by 808Melo)

Conceptual artist Ryder Ripps hit Instagram to repost Virgil Abloh's caption on the scrapped cover art, adding his own caption in which he accused Abloh of stealing the "entire chrome rose concept" from him.

"This man took the entire chrome rose concept from me, ruined it with careless graphic design and then wrote some bullshit about it,” Ripps began. “So sad that someone would care this little about art, design and the memory of a human who was so loved to wrap his name up in lies and theft."

The app revealed LP will contain 19 original tracks and will include features from Quavo, 50 Cent, Roddy Ricch, Future, Swae Lee and more.

Ripps concluded his message saying, "For a fuller picture of this guys history of theft check the link in my bio.” Ripps and Abloh worked together in the past, which you can read more about here.

See original post below. Steven Victor took to Twitter to respond to the backlash over the newly unveiled cover art for Pop Smoke's posthumous debut album, Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon.

"Making a change," Victor wrote about the album artwork. He also added that "Pop would listen to his fans."

Moments later, Victor took to IG to expand on his tweets. "as pop’s label & as his friends/family, it is our obligation to bring his vision to life he wanted virgil to lead creative, we fulfilled his wishes however, unfortunately, he’s not here to give his final approval his fans, are," he wrote. "you know why you love pop your voices are loud and clear he loved his fans and listened to his fans pop and us at victor victor h e a r d you l o u d and clear - changes will be made see you July 3rd 2020."

Virgil, who has yet to respond to the backlash, posted the artwork to his IG account, writing, "this album cover was one of like 5 things we talked about. he mentioned his story felt like the metaphor of a rose & thorns growing from concrete of of his hood in Canarsie, Brooklyn." The rest of the since-deleted post's caption read, "In your memory i just finished it yesterday. as evident of the whole idea, the t-shirt insinuates it’s mandatory we put an and to this cycle of violence that plagues us, we need to shoot for the moon & aim for the stars. as heavy as it is we are celebrating your life the whole way thru. ⁣⁣rest in piece young one.⁣ ⁣-signed Louis Vee, Louis Vee."

As previously mentioned, people took to social media to criticize Virgil's Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon cover art shortly after it was revealed. You can check out some reactions below