Lil Skies & Lil Pump Light Up NYC's Terminal 5

Following the release of his second studio album, Harverd Dropout, Lil Pump has been busy -- performing at Coachella, teasing more new music with Quavo and longtime collaborator Smokepurpp, and there was even a rumor that he was going to deliver Harvard's 2019 commencement speech. While the latter may not be happening, one thing's for certain; he's on tour with Lil Skies and they brought the heat to New York City's Terminal 5 on Friday (May 10). Literally. It was so hot in the venue, but that didn't stop fans from an incredible night of moshing, lighting up, and singing along.

Lil Skies played "Donald Trump" as a tribute to fellow Pennsylvania rapper, the late Mac Miller. Pump did the same for Nipsey Hussle, and both paid homage to XXXTENTACION.

One lucky fan was chosen to test her knowledge about the "Gucci Gang" rapper onstage. The consequence for answering wrong? Getting slimed with (fake) lean in a dunk tank. We're sure it was still an unforgettable experience.

Pump hopped into the crowd multiple times, including one ride on an inflatable unicorn pool float, and he encouraged fans to get on each other's shoulders for "I Love It." No, Kanye did not make an onstage appearance. Pump said the NYC crowd went the hardest, and we hope that's not something he says in every city! Check out photos from the show below.

Photo and story by iheartradio.

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