Lil Pump is quickly rising as one of the most sought-after rap acts in South Florida. And he hasn't even dropped a project yet. It helps that he has put out bangers like “Movin,” “Broke My Wrist,” “Flex Like Ouu” and “D Rose.” But at this point, he is almost ready to release a full-length introduction.

The "Molly" rapper hopped on Twitter yesterday (July 21) and revealed that his debut project will be coming out next month. "LIL PUMP TAPE DROPPING IN AUGUST ☠️," he simply tweeted.

Pump's following is undeniable at this point. In May, he performed at the 2017 Rolling Loud Festival. Last month, he celebrated reaching 1 million Instagram followers with a personalized Xanax-themed cake.

“I want to be the biggest thing that’s out because I’m different from everybody," he told XXL earlier this year. "I don’t sound like nobody. The route that I’m going through it’s going to be crazy. And this is only the beginning; I didn’t fully blow up yet.”

Recently, Pump has been building up his catalog and logging studio sessions with the likes of Chief Keef. He has also worked closely with fellow South Florida rapper, Smokepurpp. The two just dropped the turnt collab, "OK."

The new project will more than likely feature the song, "Boss," which LP dropped the video for last month.

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