Lil Pump Recruits Lil Uzi Vert for New Track 'Multi Millionaire': Listen

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Lil Pump performs during Lollapalooza 2018 at Grant Park on Aug. 4, 2018 in Chicago.

On the one-year anniversary of Lil Pump's self-titled debut mixtape, the Florida native reconnected with Lil Uzi Vert once again for the release of his rugged single "Multi Millionaire" on Friday (Oct. 5). The Danny Wolf-produced tune samples Gucci Mane's "Multi Millionaire LaFlare" and is expected to appear on Pump's much-delayed Harverd Dropout project. 

The 18-year-old kicks off the track with a few special requests for his casket when he dies. "Smash that bitch two times, I ain't know that that's your wife/ And I got hungry for some Wingstop so I took a flight/ If I die, bury me with two bust downs on my wrist/ Drop four mollies on my casket, and three pints of Actavis," he raps. 

Uzi takes the baton from his "Bankteller" collaborator and carries "Multi Millionaire" toward the finish line with an uptempo verse, alluding to his money-getting ways and an ability to woo just about any girl he pleases. "These moves is nothing, I'm getting that money/ I fucked your lil' bitch, took her right out in London/ I'm gettin' these hunnids, I keep it a hunnid/ You look at my chain and that bitch is so sunny/ This muhfucka cold, it leave ya nose runnin," the Philly-bred artist rhymes.

Just last month, Live Nation announced that Lil Pump was forced to cancel every show on his upcoming Harverd Dropout Tour without really much explanation, citing "unforeseen circumstances" in a statement sent from Pump's team to Complex.

The last we heard from Pump was that he was staring down prison time for a probation violation, but the "Gucci Gang" rapper made an appearance on Saturday Night Live alongside Kanye West for a puzzling performance of their Billboard Hot 100 hit "I Love It" the following day.

Listen to "Multi Millionaire" below:


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