Trippie Redd – In Too Deep Mp Download
Trippie Redd got us ready for “Love Letter To You 2.”
Trippie Redd is back to drop a fresh new track off his upcoming mixtape.
This track is titled, “In Too Deep” and features the rapper playing with some melodies and showing a softer side to rapping. The song comes off A Love Letter To You 2 that’s set to drop on October 6th.
To accompany the song, Trippie shares a video to his personal Instagram that details the rappers stage name in the best way. View it below.
This new release matches the same tempo and vibe as his previous tracks “I Know How to Self-Destruct” and “Woah Woah Woah”. Although it’s not confirmed if they will be on his mixtape, it’s definitely taken as a clue as to which vibe the whole project will possess.
The 18-year-old is making all the right moves when it comes to his fast-rising stardom. We reported that Trippie was in the studio with Lil Wayne not too long ago, with little information on what the two were working on.
The only piece of work we’ve heard of the two was on Trippie’s track “Fires & Desires” where Lil Wayne dropped a verse.
The Canton, Ohio rapper cites some special names as influencers to his music. We’re talking Tupac and Ja Rule to Slipknot and KISS.
Bouncing back from genres in terms of inspiration has clearly been giving Trippie the right kind of moves when it comes to rapping.
His whole drive in music comes from a family tragedy where he then devoted himself to making it big as a means to carry on a legacy.
Aside from the tracks previously mentioned, Trippie has a good year so far with collaborations. He’s featured on an unnamed track with D.R.A.M as well as dropping bars on “Fuck Love,” and the Uh Oh, Thots! remix with XXXTENTACION.
Listen to the track tell us what you think. Who else should Trippie collaborate with?
In too deep like a bottomless hole
Change my number just like summer clothes
If you slimy wipe your fucking nose
Keep a Glock I never trust a hoe
2faceded, they’re 2faceded hoes
Ain’t got time for no 2faceded hoes
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