After teasing the record a few months back, Lil Pump has released his new song "Racks on Racks." The track, which is accompanied by an electric video, will appear on his forthcoming album Harverd Dropout, which is due out on Feb. 22.

It looks like no expense was spared in the BRTHR-directed visual, which finds Jet Ski stunting with monster trucks and airplanes while bragging about his money and women.

"80 degrees, still wear Gucci fur coat/Bust in her face and she call it a facial," the 2018 XXL Freshman raps. "I left Patricia and now I'm with Rachel/Fell asleep on a Xan, woke up with bankroll!"

"Racks on Racks" follows Pump's previous release "Butterfly Doors," which was initially met with controversy because of his use of racial epithets in a preview of the track.

"Smoking on dope, they call me Yao Ming 'cause my eyes real low! (Ching chong!)" Pump rapped in a video preview of the song. He pulled the sides of his eyes to make them appear slanted as he rapped the lyrics. Following the backlash, Pump apologized and later removed the line from the song all together for the final version.

This April, Pump will take the stage at 2019 Coachella with Gucci Mane and Smokepurpp as the super-group, Gucci Gang. Other acts set to perform at the annual festival include Kid Cudi, Anderson .Paak, Juice Wrld, Jaden Smith and more.

Watch Lil Pump's "Racks on Racks" video below.

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