Trippie Redd releases new song “Under Enemy Arms”
Trippie Redd’s November 8, 2018, album A Love Letter To You 3 entered the Billboard Top 200 at, fittingly, number 3, and that week he held the title of the most streamed album in America. That marked Trippie’s second Top 5 in 3 months on Billboards Mainstream Top 200 Charts (In August, 2018, Redd’s Life’s A Trip LP entered #4 on the Billboard 200). He is currently at 3.5 BILLION streams. Trippie recently graced the Jimmy Kimmel Live! outdoor Hollywood stage with a performance of “Topanga”. He also performed his other hit song “Taking A Walk”.
Trippie Redd’s singles “love scars” and “Dark Night Dummo” [feat. Travis Scott ] are RIAA certified platinum. His songs “Poles 1469” and “Bust Down” are certified gold. He has collaborated with everyone from Travis Scott, Diplo , Julia Michaels , Lil Yachty , D.R.A.M. , Alison Wonderland , 88 Rising and Rich The Kid.
Trippie ’s breakout mixtapes A Love Letter To You and A Love Letter To You 2 . hit the stratosphere in 2017. Praised for his lyrics as well as his style, he chronicles love and heartbreak from the streets and experience. Trippie became serious upon becoming a rapper upon encouragement from his late older brother. Trippie Redd would later get a scar tattoo on his face to honor him after died in a road accident in 2014 — pushing Trippie to work harder on his music. He grew up being raised by his single-parent mother (his father was incarcerated sinceTrippie’s birth). Life’s A Trip continues to share Trippie’s eccentrically-wild world as seen through Trippie’s eyes. He finds influences from Gorillaz, Erykah Badu, Drake, Marilyn Manson, Tupac, Nirvana , and Lil Wayne (among others).
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