Lil Pump Unleashes Explosive Video for ‘Racks on Racks,’ Tells Beats 1 He Has a Lady Gaga Collab


But was he simply trolling Zane Lowe, or is Gaga actually on rapper’s “Harverd Dropout” album?

Lil Pump launched "Racks on Racks," the most recent observe from his long-awaited album Harverd Dropout, on Thursday (Jan. 31) as Zane Lowe’s World Record on Beats 1. The track options the rapper’s signature spitfire supply of traces crammed with references to medication, intercourse, opulent wealth and designer garments.

In the accompanying video, Lil Pump gleefully lords over a Mad Max: Fury Road-style desertscape teeming with fashions brandishing weapons, males in American-flag ski masks, monster vans and explosions.

Harverd Dropout is anticipated to be launched Feb. 22 on Warner Bros. Records after a number of shifting launch dates fell via in 2018 resulting from Pump's arrest in September and subsequent jail sentence. (The jail time additionally compelled the rapper to cancel the remaining dates of his Harverd Dropout Tour.)

In an interview with Lowe, the rap celebrity hinted at quite a few potential collaborators on the much-delayed album earlier than lastly revealing one main visitor spot. “You need a identify?” Lil Pump requested. “Lady Gaga. I obtained Lady Gaga on the album, what’s up? It’s happening!” Pump is infamous, nonetheless, for trolling journalists throughout interviews, so it stays to be seen whether or not Mother Monster will really pop up on the album.

Following the discharge of Harverd Dropout, Lil Pump is about to carry out at Coachella with Gucci Mane and Smokepurpp below the supergroup moniker Gucci Gang.

Watch the video for "Racks on Racks" beneath.