Twelve-year-old rapper Bouba Savage stars as a young Pop Smoke in the official music video for the Quavo-assisted “Aim for the Moon,” which was released Monday.
The Oliver Cannon-directed clip pays homage not only to the late main artist, but also to The Notorious B.I.G. and his 1997 “Sky’s the Limit” music video that Spike Jonze helmed. Savage lives lavish in a huge mansion, where he dines on hamburgers served on a silver platter by a butler, drinks champagne while floating in the pool and goes on joy rides with the kid playing Quavo in a luxury car with a “Woo” New York vanity plate.
“Watch What We Do At The Awards,” the Migos rapper captioned his Instagram clip of the music video. “Miss My Bro.”
He’s expected to honor his frequent collaborator during a tribute performance at the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday night (Oct. 27), according to an Instagram post from Migos’ account.
Pop Smoke’s posthumous album Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon returned to the No. 1 spot on the Billboard 200 earlier this month after it debuted atop the chart back in July.
Watch the “Aim for the Moon” music video below.