Multi-platinum Canton, OH, rapper and singer Trippie Redd announces his headline “Life’s a Trip” tour kicking off January 26, 2019, and continuing throughout February, wrapping in Seattle on Feb. 28. Tickets are available HERE. Trippie’s brand has definitely grown to monumental proportions since he laid down a legendary Mic Session with UndergroundHipHopBlog.com last year.
Trippie’s recent album “A Love Letter To You 3” entered the Billboard Top 200 at number 3 on November 19 and held the title of the most streamed album in America. The album includes features from Juice Wrld, Emani 22, NBA YoungBoy, and Nel-Denarro.
This marked Trippie Redd’s second Top 5 in 3 months on Billboards Mainstream Top 200 Charts. In August, Redd’s Life’s A Trip LP entered #4 on the Billboard 200.
The news comes fresh off the release of his video for “Topanga” and his debut studio album, Life’s a Trip, “ of which XXL wrote “’Life’s a Trip’ succeeds by placing Redd’s narrative at its core and leaning into the inventive melodies that initially put the young rapper on the map. Lyrically, Trippie is direct. Vocally, his balance between restrained and bombastic delivery is unmatched.” Watch his cultist music video for “Topanga”. 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”.
In addition to generating nearly 2 billion streams, Trippie was named a Spotify “Rise Artist,” Artist to Watch by Rolling Stone, and landed on the cover of the 2018 XXL “Freshman Class.”
“Singing real shit that people all over the world can relate to— timeless, says Trippie. “Timeless music literally is a concept I can live on.”
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 since Trippie’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).