After making the XXL 2018 Freshman Class, Lil Pump has released his new single “Drug Addicts”. The topics of the song follow just as it sounds, with Lil Pump talking about rappers being drug addicts in the game including himself. “Drug Addicts” is assumed to be the lead single off his upcoming project titled Harvard Dropout, which is expected to be released over the summer.
Produced by Dee Money and Baby Winsch, the beat has a more open and free sound compared to hit tracks “Gucci Gang” and “Boss”. This is due to the synth lead that is lightly articulated above deep kicks and 808’s.
Throughout “Drug Addicts” the focus is based around Lil Pump’s lyrics from start to finish. While we hear choruses and hooks that are repeated heavily, the content in his verses catches the ear to say the least. This can be heard with lyrics such as “I been smokin’ since I was eleven/ I been poppin’ pills since I was seven/ Told my pastor I don’t do confessions/ ‘Cause I pop a lot of molly for my breakfast”
Listen To Lil Pump’s New Single “Drug Addicts” By Watching The Music Video Below: