Lil Pump's follow-up to his self-titled debut mixtape drops next month.
It's been nearly two years since Lil Pump emerged from the depths of Soundcloud to become one of the biggest stars in hip-hop. Although his music is polarizing, he's built major anticipation for his sophomore project, Harverd Dropout. The project has been pushed back on numerous occasions since August -- mainly due to legal issues. However, the rapper took to Twitter to announce the release date for the project.
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Lil Pump's upcoming project will be arriving in the near future. The rapper announced the project will arrive on Feb. 22nd. He also shared the cover art for the project which you could view below. Hopefully, the project actually drops this year and Pump manages to stray from getting into any more trouble with the law.
Since the release of his debut project, the rapper hyped up the release of the project with numerous singles such as the anthemic "ESKETTIT" and the Kanye West-assisted, "I Love It" which came equipped with a ridiculous music video. The rapper also earned another Billboard Hot 100 entry for his collaboration with XXXTENTACION, "Arms Around You" which featured Swae Lee and Maluma.
Earlier this month, Lil Pump kicked the year off with his controversial single, "Butterfly Doors." Pump previewed the song in December which included racial slurs directed towards Asians. After facing major backlash -- including a diss track from a Chinese rapper -- Pump apologized and removed the slurs from the recording.