Lil Pump doesn't have a degree, but he's got lean and a pile of dreams. The young rapper is fresh off the drop of his new Harverd Dropout album, which some have already begun calling a "make or break" project. Of course, it's likely that his core fanbase will devour his latest stylings, and even those on the fence might find themselves pulled in by the Wayne and Offset features. While the project feels like a slight caricature of Pump's formative debauchery, "Fasho Fasho" leaps out as an immediate highlight. For one, the engineering lends a DIY quality to the vibe, evoking memories of early drops like "D Rose." Second, Offset turns in a respectable, if slightly phoned-in verse.
At this point, you already know what Lil Pump is about. He'll give your children drugs, particularly your daughters. He'll show off his money and jewelry at any occasion. He's shameless, crude, and lewd. His fans love him for it, and after all, he's come this far. Yet in a game where longevity holds the key, where will Lil Pump end up in five years? Speaking to the present, when it comes to the Harverd Dropout, where do you stand?
Sippin' on mud, the diamonds crusted, luxury
Bust, my Audemar cuts me
You touch me, shoot out your gut, leak
Baguettes, they wet, they slippery
It's a gift in me, it's comin' weekly
Walk around like a zombie kicked into me
Percy, the codeine, the Adam, Eve