Lil Pump has dropped the official remix for his hyped song "Gucci Gang" after recently premiering the star-studded track on Drake's OVO Sound Radio via Beats 1.

The new banger features prominent Latin artists Bad Bunny, J Balvin, and Ozuna dropping bars in Spanish alongside English-uttered verses from French Montana, 21 Savage, Gucci Mane, and Remy Ma.

While the overall consensus of the song is about flexing, Gucci Mane makes sure to note Lil Pump's brief stint with Harvard, as well as dropping the shout out “Free Meek Mill," referencing the Philadelphia rapper who was recently denied bail for the second time.

Similarly, Montana shows some love to Mane himself, Savage speaks on fatherhood, and Remy Ma raps about her rise from the projects to the music industry.

For a full listen, check out the official audio below and let us know in the comments whose verse is the best.

In case you missed it, A$AP Rocky recently shared a snippet from his upcoming album.

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