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Two Kids Take the Place of Pop Smoke and Quavo in "Aim For The Moon" Video

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American rapper Pop Smoke performs during the Astroworld Festival at NRG Stadium on November 9, 2019 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by SUZANNE CORDEIRO / AFP) (Photo by SUZANNE CORDEIRO/AFP via Getty Images)

12-year-old New York artist and influencer Bouba Savage looks more than ready to assume the position of a full-fledged rap star.

A friend of Pop Smoke's when he was a teenager, Bouba portrays the late rapper in the video for "Aim For The Moon" featuring Quavo and adapts Pop's signature look, i.e., a durag, numerous Cuban Link chains, and even his Woo Walk dance move. 

There's also a mini Quavo who joins Bouba in shuffling cash, riding bikes around a mansion, and whipping a Rolls-Royce. The video was inspired by The Notorious B.I.G.'s youthful 1997 visuals for "Sky's The Limit."

At the 2020 BET Hip Hop Awards on Tuesday night, Quavo paid tribute to his friend Pop with performances of "Aim For The Moon" and their other collaboration, "Shake The Room," which is why he captioned a snippet of the new video, "Watch What We Do At The Awards."

After watching the final cut of "Aim For The Moon," Quavo must've been moved to let out the kid in himself a little more. He ate a syrupy breakfast off a fresh Spotify plaque recognizing over 1 billion streams of the Post Malone-led "Congratulations." Similar to DJ Khaled's "Billi" nickname, Quavo is now referring to himself as "Billi Huncho."

Anyone else hungry all of a sudden? Those hash browns look too good.