Lil Pump “Lil Pump 2” Deluxe Album Review

Lil Pump 2 (Deluxe)

Lil Pump

  • Genre: Hip-Hop/Rap
  • Date: 15 Sep, 2023
  • Content: explicit
  • Track(s): 20
  • ℗ 2023 Lil Pump

This is the deluxe edition of “Lil Pump 2,” the long-awaited follow-up to Pump’s debut studio album of the same name. Pump has never before made a deluxe edition of one of his works available; this is the case with the deluxe album. The follow-up to his self-titled debut album from 2017, “Lil Pump 2” is his third studio album and was made available on Repost Network on March 17, 2023.

Midway through 2019, work on the album began, and it was finished in 2023. Smokepurpp, YoungBoy Never Broke Again, Ty Dolla Sign, Rio Da Yung Og, and G4 Boyz all make cameo appearances on the 16-track album. Four new tracks are included in the deluxe edition.

Album Cover Art

Lil Pump &Quot;Lil Pump 2&Quot; Deluxe Album Review, Yours Truly, Reviews, December 10, 2023

Pump is simply photographed upsidedown, with his chain and multicolored locs falling toward gravity’s pull, his eyes closed like one encased in some sort of trance.

Additional Tracks and Features

“6 Rings,” the first song on the deluxe, sees Pump brag about his expensive jewelry and the reckless but lush of a music star like himself. Of course, he also delves into his dealings with the hoes, which happens to go with the star life. However, the song fails to deliver on lyricism and melody, as Pump struggles to keep his flow upbeat till the end of the song. Also, the beat doesn’t quite help matters. This track honestly should’ve stayed put on the shelf.

From there, we drop to lower depths of boredom in “I Sell,” in which the rapper seems to care more about the hoes and who’s selling coochie when he should be more invested into crafting better rap lines and selecting better beats! The cliché theme of the hoeing lifestyle of a young, rich rapper takes centre stage again. Pump clearly seems to lack motivation in his raps for whatever reason. Even the hoes would want to roll with a fire rapper.

The fog lifts a little in “Glow In The Dark.” Pump switches lanes from rapping to singing, as he highlights some of his activities with his ‘slimes’ and brags about his limo. The melody is alright but was badly delivered, the auto-tune messing up the flow. The use of original raw vocals would’ve slapped, even with the shallow, slick talk-laden lyrics. The melody and nice beat would’ve augmented.

The dry emptiness continues into the final track, “Rick Rubin.” Pump totally drags through the song, with a flow from 2012 and a beat that makes you want to hit that ‘skip.’ The song lacks texture, melody, flow, creativity, the list goes on. The song’s definitely a terrible closer, but he gets an E for effort, at least.


1TeslaLil Pump & Smokepurpp2:14
2Pull UpLil Pump2:58
3Ain’t With ThatLil Pump1:32
4All the SuddenLil Pump2:03
5I Don’t Mind (feat. YoungBoy Never Broke Again)Lil Pump2:51
6No HookLil Pump & Rio Da Yung Og4:26
7Pump Rock x Heavy MetalLil Pump2:57
8Till I See YouLil Pump & Smokepurpp1:43
9She Know (feat. Ty Dolla $ign)Lil Pump2:35
10Don’t Like MeLil Pump2:23
11Fendi on FendiLil Pump2:12
12Mosh PitLil Pump1:56
13Move ItLil Pump2:11
14WokLil Pump2:04
15SplurginLil Pump2:07
16SwipeLil Pump2:54
176 RingsLil Pump2:00
18I SellLil Pump2:47
19Glow In the DarkLil Pump1:56
20Rick RubinLil Pump2:02

Album Theme (Deluxe Edition)

The four songs on the deluxe revolve around the same themes of slick talk, hoes, material possessions, and all the wild perks of being a young rap star.

Production Credits

ARSO, Babybloo, Baby Kin Go, Bido, Bighead, Bitton, Bobby Raps, Broken Clouds, CBMIX, Cloud, Danny Wolf, Darkboy Santana, Dejuan Cross, DSC Sunny, Gnealz, Gordo, Hurtboy AG, JULiA LEWiS, Keyz Bridgez, Lizgin, Phillip Cornish, Ponzoo, Roark Bailey, Ronny J, Sredna & Thank You Fizzle are the producers that handled the album’s production.


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