Lil Pump reveals star powered “Harverd Dropout” tracklist w/ Lil Wayne, Offset, Lil Uzi Vert and more.

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Lil Pump’s “Harverd Dropout” finally drops this Friday.

After a several delays, Lil Pump’s long awaited Harverd Dropout album finally drops this Friday. But before it arrives, the “I Love It” rapper decides to share the tracklist ahead of time, and there’s some major features on it.

The follow up to 2017’s self titled mixtape will contain 16 tracks in total and feature guest appearances from Kanye West, Lil Wayne, Lil Uzi Vert, Smokepurpp, Quavo, Offset, YG and 2 Chainz. Meanwhile, production is being handled by the super producers like Ronny J, Kanye West, Danny Wolf, Dee Money, Diablo, CBMIX, and others. It’s currently being led on charts with head singles like “I Love It,” “Rack On Racks,” “Eskeetit” & “Drug Addicts”.

In addition to the tracklist, Pump also shared the project’s official cover art as well Tuesday evening, which fittingly finds him rocking a purple cap & gown from a graduation. However you’ll notice it’s not the Harvard color scheme, but the color of lean. Also, Harverd is intentionally spelled with an E to avoid legal action from Harvard University. The album’s title is inspired by a viral series of tweets that construed that Lil Pump dropped out of Harvard University to “save the rap game.” Pump eventually caught on to the virality of the meme and claimed that he did, in fact, drop out of Harvard. He then began to promote it as the title of his next project. He even visited the Harvard Business School on December 10, 2017, while in Massachusetts for a concert. Although Lil Pump is not of age to have ever actually attended Harvard, he is, in fact, a “dropout.” When he was 16, Pump was expelled from all public schools within his district. In one incident, he incited a massive riot that, according to Genius, caused helicopters and K-9 units to arrive. Pump then began attending an opportunity school, but he ultimately dropped out in the 10th grade.

Check out the official tracklist and cover art below :

(via. @lilpump)