FUTURE AND CHER TAKES OVER GAP AD!
Future has earned himself a large number of real underwriting bargains since his ascent to superstardom, and now he’s joining a pop symbol for his most up to date marking move. The Atlanta rapper stars close by Cher for their new promotion as a piece of Gap’s ‘Meet Me in the Gap’ fall crusade, and we’re getting a first take a gander at the business.
The mystery video for the promotion (underneath) demonstrates the two sitting on a few stages in an all-white setting, with Cher singing a front of Sly and the Family Stone’s “Regular People” record from 1969. The platinum-offering MC moves down the veteran pop star with some of his mark vocals, and additionally his outstanding advertisement libs, which he binds over a tense hip-bounce beat out of sight.
While talking with People Magazine, Future discusses doing the new promotion for Gap and how the brand was a major piece of his youth.
“It’s a piece of my DNA, growing up wearing Gap and now to see my child wearing it and in a battle entwines the entire family,” Future clarifies. “They have something for each age, each individual in a family.”
The rapper additionally comments on how significant the brand was to him, particularly since his 3-year-old child, likewise named Future, demonstrated for the organization already.
“With the two of us being in battles for Gap I figure it is chill to go off that bit of memory to him,” he shares. “Coming into this I needed to have a great time as he did.”