Pop Smoke's upcoming posthumous album, executive produced by 50 Cent, will be titled "Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon."
Following Pop Smoke's untimely death in February, 50 Cent took it upon himself to bring the late rapper's first posthumous album to life. Now, the project is tentatively slated for July 3rd, having been delayed from its original June 12th release date out of respect for the Black Lives Matter movement. And while 50 has yet to make the announcement official, it would appear that the title and album cover for Pop's upcoming body of work has been revealed, having been made available for pre-order on his online store.
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The album is set to be titled Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon, available in both LP and CD format -- the former features a projected 20-21 week shipping time, the latter a 10-11 week. And while the description signals that the album cover is subject to change, as it stands we're looking at a relatively straightforward black design, featuring a digital rendering of a rose.
That same rose also appears on the coinciding apparel line, with several Shoot For The Stars, Aim For The Moon t-shirts currently available for purchase. There is also a "King Of New York" option depicting Pop Smoke's likeness. All t-shirt packages will come with a copy of the digital album, which should bode well when the Billboard numbers start tallying up. Check out all the designs, including the minimalist album cover, at Pop Smoke's online store right here.