Watch The Video For ‘Shake The Room’ By Pop Smoke, Featuring Quavo
We first heard that a video was coming up, in February and that it would be directed by the renowned Virgil Abloh. Also, the song ‘Shake The Room’ was a part of the deceased Brooklyn rapper’s last project, ‘Meet The Woo 2’. It is also the first music video to be released off the body of work, and the first video to be released since his passing.
Abloh directed the video in collaboration with his Off-White International Rap Video Production Studio. The designer took to Instagram to reveal that he reached out to Pop Smoke about the collaboration, saying,
“Texted @realpopsmoke early 2020 and told him Paris needed his energy for multiple reasons.”
In the video, the rappers can be seen wearing outfits fresh off the runway and living their best lives, high-end restaurants, hotels, and flashy cars. Sources have it that the video is all live footage and is barely a video shoot.
The video was shot before the death of Pop Smoke on February 19, 2020. The rapper was shot and killed in a home invasion in Southern California. We reported the news here. You can also stream his last project, ‘Meet The Woo 2’ here.
A posthumous album is also in the works, to be produced by 50 Cent. So, stick with us for updates in real-time.
In the meantime, watch ‘Shake The Room’ below: