The Goddess of Pop and Atlanta based rapper, Future just covered “Everyday People” in new GAP ad.
GAP has launched its newest newest installment of their, Meet Me in the Gap campaign. What may seem like an unlikely pair to most, GAP has certainly defined the campaign’s meaning by merging the world of hip-hop artist Future with the Goddess of Pop, Cher.
The new 30-second video opens with Cher walking into an all white room and finding a seat on the staircase. Future then joins her. Both artists are draped in GAP apparel, as Cher takes the lead in the cover the 1969 classic hit, Everyday People by Sly & The Family Stone.
Click next to view pictures of Cher and Future in the Meet Me In The GAP ad.
In a recent interview with People, Cher admits to not knowing who the rapper was.
“I didn’t know who Future was before this, but I knew it would be so fun to work with someone who is completely unlike me, and who is young, really talented and striving.”
She also noted that when Gap said they wanted to team her up with Future, she knew it would be “really beautiful.”
Moreover, Future also sat down with People and shared that their love for music connected them. He also said the the 71-year-old music icon was “gracious” when it came to sharing stage knowledge with him.
“I couldn’t help but follow her lead and also ask her for a few pointers on stage presence in front of the camera in this type of setting.”
He also notes that Cher is a “true performer and a legend.”
Socialites! Press Play below and watch as Cher’s takes the lead as Future provides a few ad-libs to the trap-style hip-hop remake.