Juicy J Collaborates With Lil Pump on Track 'Trap Jumpin' - Listen

The two-minute track features the 'Gucci Gang' hitmaker delivering repetitive hook over the thumping beats, while Juicy handles the lone verse.

AceShowbiz - Shortly before releasing his new mixtape "SHUTDAFUKUP", Juicy J has unveiled the lead track off the effort. Titled "Trap Jumpin", the bass-laden track finds the Memphis rapper collaborating with super rookie Lil Pump.

The two-minute track features Pump delivering repetitive hook, while Juicy handles the lone verse. "Yeah, I count on my own money/ Yeah, I ain't ever been no dummy," Juicy raps over the thumping beats. "Movin' them Ps, let me be/ That s**t sweet like honey/ Yeah, trap goin' stupid, don't be foolish/ Don't try to stay at home, I do this/ Whole bread, I got new s**t."

Besides Pump, the 21-track effort also features guest appearances from Wiz Khalifa, Project Pat and Lil Peep. Juicy was assisted by $uicideboy$ in producing the tracks for the effort. The rapper duo previously helped him produce tracks for "Highly Intoxicated" mixtape.

"I like their production," Juicy said of the rapper duo. "They new, they up-and-coming guys. So I was like, 'I'm working on this mixtape. Why don't y'all send me a pack and cook up and put some beats on this mixtape.' And it just happened originically, man. And it was just amazing when I seen the response when I dropped the mixtape. I got so many people calling on my phone."

Pump, on the other hand, has recently voided his contract with Warner Bros. Records on grounds he was underage when he signed the deal and it was never certified by the court. Multiple sources told Billboard that attorney John Branca sent a letter to the recording company on the rapper's behalf, asserting that the age and certification issues nullified the deal.

Pump signed a record deal with the record label last year, just two months before his seventeenth birthday. "Pump is an incredible artist; he's got fantastic charisma and a huge personality, with lots of talent and no fear," former label CEO Cameron Strang said of the rapper last year, shortly after Pump signed the deal.

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