A "pump" alludes to a pump-action shotgun where the shooter controls repeated firing manually by moving a sliding handguard on the gun's forestock. Here, Digga D and his close friend, Liverpool rapper Still Brickin, rap about the powerful weapon and boast about their jewelry and women.
G-Unit was a New York hip-hop group comprising rappers 50 Cent, Tony Yayo, and Lloyd Banks. Digga D is a longtime fan of the trio and "Pump 101" samples the hook of their 2003 hit "Stunt 101." The Ladbroke Grove MC previously sampled G-Unit on his Made In The Pyrex track "My Brucky."
Digga D takes on the cadence and flow of 50 Cent, even giving his own rendition of the G-Unit call, when he shouts out his own drill collective and gang CCM.
Aaron Or Age produced the track. This is his first collaboration with Digga D.
The Don Prod-directed video shows Digga, StillBrickin, and their crew living life to the fullest. He shot the clip in Dubai, while Digga & Co were there on vacation in November 2021.