Review: Trippie Redd and friends rage on latest album ‘Trip At Knight’

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Trippie Redd’s album ‘Life’s A Trip’ released in 2018; carrying some of Trippe’s most classic songs like ‘Dark Knight Dummo’ featuring Travis Scott, and ‘Oomps Revenge’. Trippie now returns in 2021 with the release of the sequel album, ‘Trip At Knight’.

The complete expanded edition released days after the original release (August 20) came with extra track ‘Bateryal’ featuring Drake—where Drake bluntly targets Pusha T and Kanye West with lines “All these fools I’m beefin’ that I barely know/45, 44 (burned out), let it go/Ye ain’t changin’ s— for me, it’s set in stone”. This led to Kanye West’s post and delete of Drake’s Toronto home address.

Along with the feature from Drake, the album carried an all-star feature list. Artists like Playboi Carti, Lil Uzi Vert, Polo G, Lil Durk, and even some posthumous verses from Juice WRLD, and XXXTENTACION.

The Canton, Ohio rockstar Trippie Redd released cartoon-like “official lyric videos” for most songs on the album. The album singles ‘Miss The Rage’, ‘Holy Smokes’, ‘MP5’, and most recently ‘Supernatural’ have official music videos.

The standoff track ‘Matt Hardy 999’ featuring Juice WRLD, where Trippie and Juice go back and forth is a personal favorite. As for a lot of fans gravitate more towards the track ‘Danny Phentom’ featuring XXXTENTACION. Which track is your favourite from the album? Which album is better ‘Life’s A Trip’ or ‘Trip At Knight’?

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