Released back in July Aim For The Moon, Shoot For The Stars bowed at No. 1 with one of the biggest weeks for a posthumous album in Billboard history. The album then remained in the top 4 of the chart for the next 13 subsequent weeks, nine of those at the No. 2 spot. Pop’s debut joins Lil Baby’s My Turn as Hip Hop albums who spent nearly three months between No. 1 positions.
Directed by Brilliant Garcia and sampling Playa’s “Cheers 2 U,” the video features multiple voluptuous women, eye-catching luxury cars and shots of New York as Pop enjoys time basking in his greatness with his homies.