Lil Pump Releases Explosive Video for 'Racks on Racks,'

Lil Pump discharged "Racks on Racks," the most recent track from his long-awaited album Harverd Dropout, on Thursday (Jan. 31) as Zane Lowe's Reality Record on Beats 1. The song includes the rapper's signature spitfire delivery of lines loaded up with references to drugs, sex, lavish riches and fashioner clothes.

In the going with video, Lil Pump happily rules over a Mad Max: Fury Road-style desertscape teeming with models brandishing guns, men in American-flag ski masks, monster trucks and blasts.

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About 'Racks on Racks,'

On this track, Lil Pump raps about his drug use, sexual endeavors, wealth, and designer clothing.

Pump first previewed “Racks on Racks” on October 21, 2018, claiming that if the post received 500,000 comments, he would release the song.

On January 30, 2019, Pump announced that the song and its music video would be released on the following day.

'Racks on Racks,' Track Information

Written By: Diamond Pistols, Diablo & Lil Pump
Release Date: January 31, 2019

Harverd Dropout (2019) Album Lil Pump

Racks on Racks 
Butterfly Doors
Drug Addicts
You Ain't Livin' Life Like Me*
Fasho Fasho*
I Love It
Multi Millionaire
Welcome to the Party

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Harverd Dropout is relied upon to be discharged Feb. 22 on Warner Bros. Records after a few moving release dates fell through in 2018 because of Pump's arrest in September and consequent correctional jail sentence. The prison time additionally constrained the rapper to drop the rest of the dates of his Harverd Dropout Visit.

In a meeting with Lowe, the rap genius indicated at a number of possible collaborators on the much-delayed album before at long last uncovering one noteworthy guest spot “You want a name?” Lil Pump asked. “Lady Gaga. I got Lady Gaga on the album, what’s up? It’s going down!” Pump is notorious, however, for trolling journalists during interviews, so it remains to be seen whether Mother Monster will actually pop up on the album.

'Racks on Racks,' Video Watch Here

Following the release of Harverd Dropout, Lil Pump is set to perform at Coachella with Gucci Mane and Smokepurpp under the supergroup moniker Gucci Gang.

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