Earlier this month, Lil Pump revealed the release date and cover art for his forthcoming studio album, Harverd Dropout. Further promoting that LP’s February 22 debut, the Florida-bred superstar serves up another new Harverd Dropout single, “Racks on Racks.”
Lil Pump’s “Racks on Racks” visual comes to us courtesy of director BRTHR, and revolve a high-octane party with monster trucks, models and flamethrowers. Even by Lil Pump standards, it’s a pretty outrageous watch.
“This shit is fire,” Lil Pump tells Zane Lowe for Beats 1, sharing his thoughts on “Racks on Racks.” “I was just at the crib high as shit, I was in Miami … I was with my boy and we just started recording … that ['Racks on Racks'] was the first one that night — I did like two that night.” Later, Pump explained to Zane Lowe that he believes his upcoming project is a “classic” and revealed plans for new music with Lady Gaga.
You can check out Lil Pump’s new “Racks on Racks” visual above, while Harverd Dropout is scheduled to see release on February 22.
For more, take a look at Lil Pump’s “Butterfly Doors” video.