Late American rapper, Pop Smoke’s forthcoming album cover to be changed after it received serious backlash from fans.
Pop Smoke’s posthumous album “Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon” is set to be released on July 3rd, 2020, and the album cover designed by popular graphic designer, Virgil Aboh was released.
However, fans condemned the cover claiming it didn’t meet up to expectations, others slammed the designer calling him lazy.
Pop Smoke’s boss, Stephen Victor later took to Instagram to address the backlash saying that Pop Smoke even though he isn’t alive would listen to his fans, and for that, there would be a change.
POP WOULD LISTEN TO HIS FANS ❗️
— Steven-San Victor (@StevenVictor) June 30, 2020
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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 ❤️