“Aim for the Moon” by Pop Smoke (ft. Quavo)

This song “Aim for the Moon”, as well as the album it is featured on, is apparently named after a popular adage which has been generally interpreted to allude to the idea of positivity thinking. However, such an idea is not what this song is based on. Rather Pop Smoke’s verse is primarily dedicated to addressing a lady friend and along those same lines detailing his loose sensual lifestyle. And Quavo enters the scene in quintessential Migos’ fashion, bragging about his wealth and more so he and his crew’s propensity towards violence.

Facts about “Aim for the Moon”

This track was released on the 3rd of July 2020 as part of Pop Smoke’s posthumous, albeit debut studio album. Said album goes by the name “Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon”.  And two labels were responsible for its release. They are:

  • Republic Records
  • Victor Victor

The production team behind this song consists of as many as six individual producers, including the following:

  • WondaGurl
  • 808Melo
  • Tyy Beats
  • 5ive Beatz
  • Dez Wright
  • Daniel Deleyto 

And all six of the producers also co-wrote the track alongside Smoke and Quavo.

Smoke has teamed up with Quavo in the past, in early 2020 on a track called “Shake the Room”. Moreover the Migos’ rapper is also featured on a couple of other songs found on “Shoot for the Stars, Aim for the Moon”. One such track is the anti-snitching song titled “Snitching“.

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