Lil Pump “Harverd Dropout” Album Review [Opinion]

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Lil Pump “Harverd Dropout” Album Review [Opinion]

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By Jack Cleaveland, North Star Reporter

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After much delay, Lil Pump’s second studio album, Harverd Dropout, has finally been released. On his new album, Pump returns with just as many bangers and hits as the self titled album that pushed him into stardom. Prior to the release of the album on Feb. 22 of this year, there were several release dates slotted out for the album, but there were many things that came in the way of its release or added controversy to the coming album, such as: trademark issues with Harvard University, racial stereotyping on the song “Butterfly Doors” and even Lil Pump himself claiming to have “lost” the album.

But now, with 16 tracks and just over 40 minutes in length, Harverd Dropout is finally here for us all to enjoy. The first standout from looking at the track list is all of its features. With guest appearances from names like Kanye West, Smokepurpp, Ronny J, Quavo and Offset, the album is scattered with some of the most popular names in the rap industry. The album’s content uses some of the same production techniques that Pump has always been known for like the overblown 80’s, lyrics about cars, drugs, money and fast paced hard hitting song after fast paced hard hitting song.

The most notable tracks on the album are “Off White,” “Racks on Racks” and “Be Like Me” featuring Lil Wayne.  On the other hand, the worst tracks on the album are “Vroom Vroom Vroom” and “I Love It” featuring Kanye West. Overall, Harverd Dropout lived up to its expectations and delivered some great new bangers to play at parties or to walk around your house dancing to.

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