Label: Warner Bros. Records
Released: February 22

We should all know by now what we’re getting into when we press play on a Lil Pump record: fun, dumb raps with little lyrical substance. Like the 2017 self-titled project that came before it, Harverd Dropout will frustrate the kind of hip-hop fan who prints out lyric sheets and combs through verses, looking for double entendres and complicated metaphors. This is an album meant to be played at 2 a.m. when you’re tired of using your brain all day and would rather yell, “Off-White, alright, Off-White, alright, Off-White, alright,” until you forget who you are. Thank you, Professor Pump. —Eric Skelton