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After a year filled with legal troubles, Lil Pump is returning to 2019 with new music he has been teasing since August 2018. The date of his sophomore album has been pushed back a number of times, and in lieu of his past issues he managed to put out “I Love It” featuring Kanye, which came out with eclectic visuals that immediately went viral. The song made its debut back in September, and stayed around for quite some time.
Pump also had a lot of heat surrounding the release of his single “Butterfly Doors” after dropping a snippet to his Instagram. Fans that were tuned in quickly heard the rapper spit a racial slur in his lyrics that had a “ching chong” ad-lib. He dropped the track which will be a single on his newest album, but changed the lyrics.
An announcement on his Instagram surfaced today that he will be dropping Harverd Dropout on February 22. Stay on the lookout for more potential singles from Pump.
— Lil pump (@lilpump) January 24, 2019