Published on August 5, 2022 |
by Jameelah “Just Jay” Wilkerson
The track’s thick bassline rings through the dark 808s as it immediately warns, ” Do not go out.” He leans into smooth smoky verses before singing an instantly catchy chorus on a loop, “Big 14.” Meanwhile, other superstars Gap and Moneybagg Yo pull in with stunning guests, adding even more firepower to this incendiary new anthem. In the accompanying visual, they rap on camera over skyscraper rooftops, down empty hallways and under otherworldly filters between shots of flamethrowers lighting up the night and luxury cars and the smoke abounds.
Making headlines this month, he just delivered a stunning set to Ride hard Miami.Additionally, he has partnered with Marshmallow and Mae Muller on “American psycho,” earning praise from Complex and HotNewHipHop. He is also currently on tour in support of some dates of Machine Gun Kelly sold out tour and will take the stage at Ride Hard Toronto and Summer Sky Vol 1 in September.
Stay tuned for more. It’s about to be Red Trippy season again in 2022…
One of hip-hop’s most versatile and creatively daring artists, Trippie Redd creates music that is both wildly experimental and massively appealing. Since he delivered his first mixtape A love letter for you in 2017, the multi-platinum, chart-topping rapper, singer-songwriter and multi-platinum stalwart continually challenged genre boundaries, integrating his melodic take on rap with frenetic elements of rock-and-roll and heavy metal. And with his penetrating lyrics and nuanced yet impactful vocal performances, the 23-year-old Ohio native combines that endless ingenuity with powerfully raw emotional impact.
With over 18 billion streams to date and six consecutive Billboard 200 Top 5 projects, Trippie Redd has gone from budding Soundcloud rapper to global powerhouse. Not only has he collaborated with some of the biggest names in music today, ranging from Drake, Future, XXXTENTACION and Juice WRLD to Illenium and Marshmello to Travis Barker and Oliver Tree, but he also got his start as actor during an episode of critically acclaimed Lil Dicky. DAVID followed by an appearance in Machine Gun Kelly’s Hello. His last album, Journey to the Knight, debuted at No. 1 on Billboard’s Top R&B/Hip-Hop Albums and amassed over 2.5 billion streams, led by single “Miss The Rage” featuring Playboi Carti. Now looking to the future, Trippie Redd shows no signs of slowing down, working on his biggest and boldest records yet with music release plans very soon.