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Lil Pump…. The Harvard Dropout.

I don’t know what to expect any more from some of these mumble rap acts. We can’t deny that Pump is a rising star though. While some might question his ability, the 18-year-old artist has already gained the attention of some respected music figures like Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Gucci Mane, J. Cole, and DJ Khaled. Pump also has himself a few top-charting singles to his name. Clearly he is killing it early! So, let’s get this out the way. Pump did not ever attend Harvard. This whole “Harvard Dropout” persona came from a bar he rapped on his first album. On “Iced Out” Pump rapped: “Could’ve been at Harvard servin’ juugs/ But I don’t give a f*ck…” Yeah that’s it. That was the bar…So profound, right?… Enough about that let’s dive into this review.


Tracklist & Song Ratings

  1. DROPOUT (2/5)
  2. NU UH (2.5/5)
  3. I LOVE IT (4/5)
  4. ION (2/5)
  5. FASHO FASHO (4/5)
  6. RACKS ON RACKS (4/5)
  7. OFF WHITE (2/5)
  8. BUTTERFLY DOORS (4/5)
  9. TOO MUCH ICE (1/5)
  10. MULTIMILLIONAIRE (2/5)
  11. VROOM VROOM VROOM (1/5)
  12. BE LIKE ME (3.5/5)
  13. STRIPPER NAME (2/5)
  14. DRUG ADDICTS (2/5)
  15. ESSKEEIT (3/5)
  16. WHO DAT (1.5/5)

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Look I won’t sugar coat anything about this project at all. I’ll get to the point and we’ll keep things moving! Lil Pump’s sophomore slump leads him to flunk out of Harvard. Pump’s sophomore project flat out lacked direction and it was full of insubstantial lyrics, lifeless hooks and meaningless melodies. With a project that fails to really hold any weight there was some good that the “Harvard Dropout” provided.(Kinda..?) Whether it was Pump or his Label, gathering guest artist such as Lil Wayne, Quavo, Kanye West, Lil Uzi Vert, and Offset helped prevent this project being complete dead weight. There were a few tracks that I did like though, mainly due to catchy lyrics and hooks.

“I Love It” (with Kanye West), “Racks on Racks”, and “Fasho Fasho” (featuring Offset) were some of the albums highlights. But no matter how I spin it, the bad and ugly is what I remembered most from Pump’s ‘Harvard Dropout’. Diablo, CBMix, and Fizzle delivered production wise but Pump just couldn’t deliver anything solid.

From “wtf” lyrics on “Drop Out” to the cringe-worthy choruses on “Nu Uh” and “ION” to the pointless cuts like “Vroom Vroom”, “Drug Addicts”, and “Off White,” ‘Harvard Dropout’ is a project where Pump’s weaknesses are the albums focus. The “Harvard Dropout” should consider reenrollment…

Rating: 5.2/10

Written by Suave

just let me be great.... matter a fact..... I'll be great whether you let me or not.

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