Lil Pump gets in on the ‘artists who have released a song in January 2019 wagon’ on the last day of the month with “Racks on Racks” single and music video. There isn’t much to say about this one, except for the obvious fact that Lil Pump is having just too much fun in this new video!
“Racks on Racks” is a single from his upcoming debut studio album ‘
Releasing a BTS snapshot from the music video set, Lil Pump captioned; “I really
How did Lil Pump save the rap game?
Well, the new video for “Racks on Racks” flaunt a lot of money, hot models, guns, missiles, flamethrowers, aeroplane junkyard, helicopters, a monster truck, semi-clad models, fireworks and stacks and stacks of money. Lil Pump does talk about his riches in the song while flaunting his diamond-grilled teeth. “Racks” in one end mean stacks of money and on the other end is slang for female breasts. There are models eating firey ice creams, shooting massive guns, twerking and even attempting to flash. There is a masked man appearing throughout the video for no reason at all. The Asian cheerleaders seem to be fitting okay into this hot mix.
The music video is not cut-polished. It’s a poorly edited mess, especially when it comes to post-production effects such as fire. But that effect was intentional. It’s hard to keep watching the video, but nonetheless, we do, out of curiosity of what could happen next. And the video does not disappoint. It’s almost
Watch “Racks on Racks” Music Video by Lil Pump
“None of my cars ain’t rented
All matte black, my windows tinted (Ooh, brrt)
Fuck a bitch once say, ‘Now I’m finished'”
Lil Pump is having way too much fun in this music video and its obvious.
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Complete Lyrics to “Racks on Racks” by Lil Pump