Drake's "Lemon (Remix)" wasn't the only big debut that came out of the season two premiere of OVO Sound Radio, Saturday night (March 17). Host Oliver El-Khatib also broke Lil Pump's "Gucci Gang (Remix)."

Jetski delivers a star-studded do-over as he employs the talents of Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, French Montana, J Balvin, Bad Bunny and Ozuna. The track jumps from under three minutes in length to eight plus, with the addition of the guest artists taking turns going in on the Gnealz and Bighead beat.

Guwop comes in with the first fresh verse on the new version. "Call me El Gato Guwop or Mustafa the third/Back in the day they was callin' me Ray," the Atlanta artist rhymes. "Run with the yay, drum on the K/Fuck with Lil Pump, you get shot in the face/Gucci the gang so we watchin' the snakes (Gucci)."

21 Savage bats fourth, keeping the same cadence as Pump on the original while rhyming, "Gucci gang, Louie gang, Fendi gang/Savage wear a whole lot of mothafuckin' anything/Fuck a wedding ring, side bitch, main bitch/Your bitch, his bitch, Savage fuckin' everything."

Montana kicks the only other verse you don't need an interpreter for if you don't speak Spanish. "Got a lil' pump under the Gucci, mane, ayy/Gucci gang,/Gucci gang, Gucci gang, ayy (Gucci gang)/Was yellin' 'Ha' way before Juvie mane (ayy, ayy)," he spits.

The song is one helluva way to get things going after recently inking a new $8 million deal with Warner Bros. Pump announced the new deal on Wednesday (March 14). "Got a new car got new bitch & I got a new deeaaal,"  he wrote on Instagram. "8 mil 1 project HARVERD DROPOUT OTW!!"

The South Florida rapper and Warner Bros. were able to renegotiate their deal after their initial contract was voided in January, making Pump a free agent for a hot minute. Pump has been teasing his Harvard Dropout tape for a few months and has been dropping loosies here and there that could end up on the project.

Most recently, a song snippet of a Riff Raff collab hit social media. Listen to Lil Pump's "Gucci Gang" remix featuring Gucci Mane, 21 Savage, French Montana, J Balvin, Bad Bunny, and Ozuna below.

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