Pop Smoke's Posthumous Album Gets New Artwork Following Backlash
Written by B87FM on June 30, 2020
Folks weren’t feeling the album cowl for Pop Smoke’s posthumous launch. 50 Cent has been teasing this undertaking for months, and followers have been awaiting the document that may present what the slain rapper was engaged on on the time of his demise. Pop Smoke was callously murdered in what’s been stated to be a house invasion in Los Angeles earlier this 12 months, and since that point, his staff has been working diligently to create a undertaking that the late rapper can be pleased with. On Monday (June 29), the quilt artwork for Shoot for the Stars, Goal for the Moon was revealed, and it was created by Virgil Abloh.
Followers have been fast to take to social media, sharing that they weren’t thrilled concerning the paintings. The complaints got here in droves, so Steven Victor introduced on his Instagram web page that they’d be altering the artwork forward of the document’s Friday (July 3) launch. “As pop’s label & as his pals/household, it’s our obligation to convey his imaginative and prescient to life he wished virgil to guide artistic, we fulfilled his needs nonetheless, sadly, he is not right here to offer his ultimate approval his followers, are.”
Steven continued, ” why you like pop your voices are loud and clear he liked his followers and listened to his followers pop and we at victor victor h e a r d you l o u d and clear – modifications might be made see you July third 2020.” Take a look at the submit under together with a couple of reactions about Virgil Abloh’s Pop Smoke paintings. You’ll be able to learn by way of the tracklist right here.