Lil Pump and Lil Wayne Join for “Be Like Me” Video Inspired by Eminem (Lyrics Review)

Two not-so-little artists join to bring you “Be Like Me” music video. Lil Pump dropped his much anticipated second studio album ‘Harverd Dropout‘ on February 22, 2019. The album is predominantly about how Pump is the latest game-changer in hip-hop and rap. In the “Be Like Me” song featuring Lil Wayne, the artists seem to be pulling evidence to prove their point.

Lil Pump is having just too much fun in this new video for “Be Like Me” released along with the new album. We saw a music video for “Racks on Rack” before the album dropped, and he was having too much fun in that video as well. Although there are no semi-nude models in this video, Lil Pump is seen dancing, dropping verses, teaching a ‘How to Be Lil Pump’ class.

In the song “Be Like Me,” Lil Pump sings how he thinks all these new school rappers are trying to be like him. They dress like him, talk like him and wear bling like him. But no one compares to Lil Pump, as he is one of a kind. This is a bit far-fectched considering how the song and the video are inspired by Eminem’s 2000 hit “The Real Slim Shady.”

Lil Pump also shouts out the most famous couple in enterntainment industry-Kanye West and Kim Kardashian. Pump says no matter what you do, you cannot compare to Kanye and although most dream about it, you cannot have sex with Kim Kardashian.

If Pump has got one thing right in this song and video, it is that “You can talk shit about me everyday/But I’m still rich at the end of the day” which alludes to the notion that ‘there is no publicity called bad publicity in the entertainment industry.’

Lil Pump also uses this song as an opportunity to flaunt his wealth. He says that he spent $10,000 on his Gucci bedsheets and just last week he bough a white t-shirt (the blandest of t-shirts) for $2,000. According to WealthyGorilla, Lil Pump is estimated at a net worth of $8 million in 2019, pre-album release.

In Lil Wayne’s verse on “Be Like Me,” he says that he gave birth to these “lil” class of rappers. But he also goes to clear any doubts that he did not actually father any of these kids as Michael Jackson struggles to prove in his classic hit “Billie Jean.”

Watch the video below.

Complete Lyrics to “Be Like Me” by Lil Pump

Adam McDonald

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