LIL PUMP #1 STREAMING ALBUM THIS WEEK & #1 ON BILLBOARD EMERGING ARTISTS CHART
SHARES TRAILER FOR “GUCCI GANG” MUSIC VIDEO
Lil Pump is one step closer to taking over the entire game…
The South Florida superstar seizes #1 on the Billboard Emerging Artists Chart, while his self-titled full-length debut is the #1 Streaming Albumthis week and #3 on the Billboard Top 200. Without any traditional promotion, he impressively sold more than 46,000-plus SPS units first-week. In under seven days, the album unbelievably racked up more than 56 million streams and counting.
Priming fans for more surprises, he is sharing the trailer for his upcoming music video. It hints at a lot more craziness to come when the full video drops.
Next up, Lil Pump hits the road on his North American headline tour this fall. It kicks off on Halloween, October 31 at The Novo in Los Angeles, CA traveling through major markets across the country, finishing this run of dates at the Observatory North Park in San Diego, CA on December 23rd. Check out full itinerary below.
Lil Pump has multiple number ones, and he’s only just begun!
ABOUT LIL PUMP:
Signature pink and blonde dreads flailing, ominous ink on display, and superhero-sized charisma, Lil Pump tore through hip-hop like a tornado. Joining forces with the next generation music and entertainment company Tha Lights Global in late 2016, the 17-year-old South Florida sonic fire-plug ratcheted up over 200 million-plus Soundcloud plays with “Molly” (33 million-plus) going #1 and “Gucci Gang” reaching #2 on the platform. In total, he holds down 9 concurrent songs in the Top 50. Meanwhile, the signature “D Rose” blasted past 66 million views on YouTube and 30 million Spotify streams. Averaging 9 million listeners monthly on Spotify, he’s become an untouchable, undeniable, and unique presence. Moreover, he’s been extensively profiled by The New York Times, XXL, HotNewHipHop, and more. This is only the beginning though. Lil Pump is primed to pop off even more in 2018.
You’re looking at the next king and he’s not even old enough to buy cigarettes…
10/31 Los Angeles, CA The Novo
11/19 Phoenix, AZ Goldrush AZ Festival
11/21 Dallas, TX South Side Music Hall
11/22 San Antonio, TX Alamo City Music Hall
11/24 Austin, TX Emo’s
11/25 Houston, TX Warehouse Live – Ballroom
11/28 Miami, FL The Hangar
11/29 Orlando, FL The Beacham
11/30 Tampa, FL The Ritz
12/2 Atlanta, GA Masquerade
12/3 Charlotte, NC Fillmore Charlotte
12/5 Silver Springs, MD The Fillmore Silver Spring
12/6 Philadelphia, PA TLA
12/8 Providence, RI The Strand
12/9 Worcester, MA The Palladium
12/10 Reading, PA Reverb
12/11 Wallingford, CT The Dome at Oakdale
12/12 New York, NY Playstation Theater
12/13 Buffalo, NY Town Ballroom
12/15 Cleveland, OH Agora Theatre
12/16 Detroit, MI Majestic Theatre
12/17 San Bernardino, CA Rolling Loud So Cal
12/18 Minneapolis, MN First Avenue
12/19 Milwaukee, WI The Rave
12/21 Las Vegas, NV Brooklyn Bowl
12/22 Santa Ana, CA The Observatory
12/23 San Diego, CA The Observatory North Park