While we have yet to receive an actual visual to accompany 24Hrs and Lil Pump's single "Lie Detector," the two have just delivered the lyric video for the track.

A cartoon version of the "Reputation" rhymer appears on stage as the Tristan Zammit-animated montage begins. Seemingly in Dubai, 24Hrs melodically raps about the perks of fame, with Lil Pump coming in on the second verse to do the same. "Damn, no time for the fakers/Courtside at the Lakers/She said 'Twenty, this a hit/Girl, you know that's every time I link with Hitmaka," he spits, showing love to the one of the song's producers. Rock Solid and Marii Beatz are credited as the other beatmakers.

The idea for the lyric visual was inspired by 24Hrs love for cartoons. As a child he was a big fan of shows such as Rugrats, Doug and The Simpsons, and wanted to combine his anime and music interests. The military brat fell in love with anime during the years he resided in Tokyo.

24Hrs has been pretty busy as of late. Less than a week ago, the Private Club Records signee dropped 3200 Lenox Rd, his 13-track collab project with DJ SlickLaflare, as well as a 38-city tour announcement. The effort features his brother, 2017 XXL Freshman Madeintyo, as well as Jose Guapo and Mynamephin. He's also worked with Young Thug and Tyga this year, appearing on "Ride For Me" and "Holdin On" off Kyoto, respectively.

In his own words, "Twenty up next, that's a bet." Watch the lyric video for "Lie Detector" below.

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