Lil Pump has enlisted the guest feature prowess of Lil Wayne for his latest.

Check out the video for Harverd Dropout cut "Be Like Me" up top. The full album is out at midnight. "Be Like Me" notably features mentions of Kanye West and Kim Kardashian, as well as a show of support for pockets-remedying antihistamine by way of Weezy.


Harverd Dropout, which was originally expected in 2018, isn't short on compelling pairings. Lil Uzi Vert, Quavo, YG, Offset, and 2 Chainz pop up across the album's 16-track running time. Pump's previously released ode to sparkling water and McLovin, the West-assisted "I Love It," is also on the just-announced final tracklist.


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"Be Like Me" was preceded by some casually dropped claims from Pump about the reason for SoundCloud's existence. "I'm the only reason why SoundCloud exists," Pump told fans earlier this week. This, of course, is in line with Pump's previous declaration of himself as having been "scientifically proven" as the "most lyrical rapper" in history.

In April, Pump will join Gucci Mane and frequent collaborator Smokepurpp at Coachella under the supergroup title Gucci Gang. It's unclear if these reported plans will be affected by the recent Gucci scandal, which prompted Pump to join a boycott of the brand while still performing his hit of the same name.

"That's the only reason why I will keep performing that song, 'cause that's the song that changed my life," Pump said after calling out "that racist shit" involved with the Gucci fuck-up. "I went from broke to rich to that song. So, you know, it is what it is."