Lil Pump reveals new music video is on the way, asks fans 'when should I drop it'

After several months of silence about his projects, Lil Pump may have some surprises on the shelf as he teases a new music video

                            Lil Pump reveals new music video is on the way, asks fans 'when should I drop it'
Lil Pump (Getty Images)

Gazzy Garcia, commonly known by his stage name, Lil Pump, has taken to social media to tease a new music video on September 14. With his post, it looks like the music video will have a military theme as the rapper shared a photo of himself posing in front of a humvee in a desert military base and wearing gear designed with newspaper clippings.

"New music video on da way," he announced in his caption on Instagram, teasing its release date with the question to fans, "when should I drop it ? 🍾🍾🍾" As of now, it is not confirmed what the track will be titled as or any clues on its release date, but the music video will follow his standalone single 'Illuminati', which featured  Anuel AA and released in April. Since then, the rapper has been quiet on social media about any future projects. Additionally, Lil Pump appeared as special guest on the KSI track 'Poppin', alongside Smokepurpp, in March. The previous collaborative single with French Montana and Quavo, titled 'Pose to Do' arrived as far back as July last year, so the gaps between releases have been notably lengthy and the announcement of his new music video is a surprise for fans.

Whether or not the new song is a standalone single or a taste of a bigger project is only left to assumption. Lil Pump's latest album, 'Harverd Dropout', released in February last year, so his latest activity on social media may point to the fact that the singer-songwriter is working on new music and has more up his sleeve.

'Harverd Dropout' is the sophomore album by Lil Pump, which was certified gold by the RIAA. Apart from its certification, the album was met with mixed to negative reviews from critics, although it debuted at No 7 on the Billboard 200 chart.

The release of his music carries a certain ambiguity to it and the Miami-based rapper seems unfazed by leaving fans in the dark. According to a February report by NME, Pump to his Instagram Stories around the time to seemingly announce his retirement, writing: “I’m done doing music I quit.” In a bizarre follow-up post, he shared another Instagram post stating that he isn’t in fact quitting music. “Yall thought I quit.” he wrote in the now-deleted post, adding, “Bitch I’m back.”

Whatever the case may be, Lil Pump is releasing a new music video soon. Are you excited for new Lil Pump tunes? Leave us your thoughts in the comments.

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