Lil Pump taps French Montana, Quavo for “Pose to Do”

The rappers struggle to choose between different women on the braggadocious single.

Lil Pump has returned with a brand-new single titled “Pose to Do,” featuring Quavo and French Montana.

The tongue-in-cheek song opens with the catchy chorus provided by Quavo, who contemplates a hard decision: “What I’m supposed to do, what I’m supposed to do? I’m surrounded by all these bad bitches, but I only want two.”

Pump then jumps in with an Auto-Tune-heavy verse, flexing his luxurious cars and ability to buy his girl expensive Chanel boots. Amidst all the braggadocio, French Montana takes the time to remind listeners that he has an album on the way. “Chain piece, like a district / On two-piece gettin’ lifted / N***a, I’m the truth, coupe lookin’ like a torpedo / Carlito’s way, and got the album on the way, Montana,” he raps.

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The Mally Mall-produced track is the latest offering from Pump, who dropped his sophomore LP, Harverd Dropout, in February. On the other hand, Montana recently released Coke Wave 4, a joint mixtape with Max B.

Listen to “Pose to Do” here:

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