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TOM CORSON SAYS, "ESSKEETIT" (AND SO DOES LIL PUMP)

Breakout rapper Lil Pump receives plaques marking 2 billion streams and the double-platinum certification of his monster single “Gucci Gang.” Warner Bros. Co-Chairman/COO Tom Corson later put on his good dreads for the afterparty. Seen feeling particularly pumped are (front, l-r): WBR’s Kate Haffenden, Phylicia Fant, Corson, Tha Lights Global’s Dooney Battle, Pump, TLG’s Tim Lowery, Team Pump’s Dubb and producer Chris Barnett; and (back, l-r): WBR’s Mike Sherwood, Chris Atlas, Eesean Bolden, Peter Gray and Larry Mattera, and TLG’s Carliely Veras and Jordan Tugrul and Paula Batson.

Oh, and Pump has dropped new single "Esskeetit," the video for which pairs the rapper's of-the-moment sound with a video that recalls the debauchery of a previous hip-hop generation. The clip earned what industry statisticians call a "shit-ton" of views almost instantly. 

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