Lil Pump’s New “Butterfly Doors” Video is a Lot of Girls Twerking on Lambos
Lil Pump dawns the new year 2019 with a brand new song and video “Butterfly Doors.” The song is also full of hype and controversy which will guarantee the boost in stats for this song.
Lil Pump broke into the mainstream spotlight with “Gucci Gang” rap in 2018 and has not left the scene since. He also had very successful tracks such as “I Love It” collab with Kanye West, “ESSKEETIT” and “Arms Around You” collab with XXXTentacion, Maluma and Swae Lee.
The new song “Butterfly Doors” is a homage to sports cars with doors that open towards the sky, that resembles the wings of a butterfly. In the song, Lil Pump boasts about his luxury cars, smoking dope and making money.
In a teaser clip released in late 2018, the song included a controversial lyric which sparked a lot of outcry. The snippet sang “Smokin’ on dope, they call me Yao Ming cause my eyes real low (ching chong),” a racial slur on Asians. Lil Pump apologized for the lyric in an Instagram post and edited it out of the song later.
The new music video is a collage of sports cars with doors opened and a lot of scantily clad women dancing and twerking on them. The darkened room is lit up with vibrant neon lights with models dancing wearing bright colours. It looks quite festive. However, the entire song only touches 2 minutes and 18 seconds, consisting of one verse. The lyrics have been written by Lil Pump himself.
Watch “Butterfly Doors” Video by Lil Pump
“Butterfly Doors” is a single from Lil Pump’s upcoming album ‘Harverd Dropout.’ The album was planned to release in late 2018, but got pushed to 2019.
Full Lyrics to “Butterfly Doors” by Lil Pump