The Florida Emcee Teams Up With Lil Pump for the Confrontational, Office Space-Inspired “Off My Chest” Video
Buy/Stream “Off My Chest” ft. Lil Pump: https://smarturl.it/SPOffMyChest
One of the rap scene’s most reliable mischief makers, Smokepurpp is a titan of turn-up. Returning to his roots, Purpp announces Florida Jit, his next album. The upcoming project is a chaotic and energetic effort, with a sound that returns to Purpp’s roots in the aggressive and influential South Florida SoundCloud scene. Florida Jit is set to drop in the coming weeks via Alamo Records.
To accompany the announcement of his upcoming project, Smokepurpp shares “Off My Chest,” the aggressive first video single. Opening with a noise from a raucous recent Purpp show, “Off My Chest” is a bass-boosted banger, as Purpp and guest rapper Lil Pump take turns tossing off high-volume, party positive pearls of smack talk in a friendly competition to see who can come up with the most outrageous punchline: “This b*tch got corona, I don’t wanna see her/All these white b*tches on my d*ck like Bieber,” snarls Pump. In the video, directed by All The Smoke and inspired by the movie Office Space, Pump and Purpp invade a buttoned-up office, taking advantage of the open plan to create as much chaos as possible. “Off My Chest” is Purpp’s first new song since the noirish banger “excuse me,” released in March, and follows in a long line of collaborations between Purpp and Pump, including the Gold-certified “Nephew.”
Florida Jit is the proper follow-up to Deadstar 2, Purpp’s recent album. Executive-produced by Mike Dean, who mixed the album and added his unique creative footprint to the project, the album boasted guest appearances from Trippie Redd, Ty Dolla $ign, Lil Pump, and Moneybagg Yo, and production from the likes of Murda Beatz, Ronny J, Go Grizzly, and Apex Martin.
Stay tuned for more announcements about Florida Jit in the coming days and weeks.