Lil Pump's long-awaited Harverd Dropout is finally coming after multiple delays. The rapper's album was initially due out last summer but problems with the law prevented him from moving forward with the project's release. He's dished out a few loose tracks over the past year which are presumed to land on the rapper's project. Tomorrow, he'll be coming through with a new single to hold us over until the project drops in its entirety next month.

Lil Pump's new single, "Racks On Racks" will be making its debut on Zane Lowe's Beats1 show tomorrow 12 p.m. EST/9 a.m. PST. The rapper's new single will be featured on the forthcoming Harverd Dropout album which drops on February 22nd. 

"Racks On Racks" follows the release of "Butterfly Doors" which sparked some controversy before its release. In the original version he shared on Instagram in late 2017, he uttered racial slurs towards the Asian community. The rapper later issued a response before censoring the offensive parts of the line entirely.

Aside from his forthcoming solo project, he has another side-project in the works. The rapper has joined forces with Gucci Mane, who was rumored to have signed Pump to 1017 Eskimo in early 2018, and Smokepurpp for their super-group Gucci Gang. The trio is set to make their debut as Gucci Gang at Coachella this year. Pump was spotted in the studio with Scott Storch and Blueface for a rumored Gucci Gang collaboration.