Trippie Redd FIGHTS Backstage of Day N Night Festival
The farther rap gets from its center, the less it seems to resemble what it started as. Trippie Redd is happy to buck the expectations of what people think hip-hop should sound like, instead indulging in his own pop-leaning style for huge songs like “Love Scars” and “Romeo & Juliet.” He’s part of a new movement of young rappers that are also incorporating strains of punk into their style, whether it be with grungy guitars or screamy vocals; just a couple weeks ago, he did a remix of “Uh Oh, Thots!” with XXXTentacion. Trippie’s father was in jail when he was born and his mother used to play everything from Ashanti and Beyoncé to 2Pac and Nas in the house when they were young. He had an older brother who was doing music, but he passed away in a car accident, so Trippie decided to carry out his brother’s dream and pursue a career in music. He started making tracks with his little cousin Nigel, recording his first three songs, including “Sub-Zero” and “New Ferrari,” at another cousin’s house in Canton

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