If you haven’t already heard his mixtape, it’s everything you might have expected from Pump, magnified by a thousand. Brash, obnoxious turn-up production, repetitive lyrics are all in abundance, so if that’s your bag, what are you waiting for? However, if you’re a hater waiting to be converted, ask yourself this – if Lil Pump’s so bad, why is he getting co-signs from Gucci Mane, Rick Ross, and 2 Chainz? While you ponder that eternal conundrum, you might as well throw on Lil Pump & Gucci Mane’s first ever collaboration “Youngest Flexer.”
Generations collide as Lil Pump and Guwop go in over some banging, ignorant production. Pump sets it off, keeping things basic with a sing-song flow, filling his lyrics with references to Xanax, Wingstop, and three-thousand dollar Gucci pants. Speaking of Gucci, Guwop steals the show with a whispered cadence and some witty lyrics. “Gucci got a six pack, they can’t believe it,” raps Gucci, riding the BigHead beat with a veteran’s finesse. It’s strange, but the two lavish spenders actually have a strange sort of chemistry, and perhaps Pump could even learn a thing or two from the East Atlanta Santa.