Trippie Redd’s “A Love Letter To You” – Review

Dana Hatch, Staff Writer

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Michael White, most known as rapper ‘Trippie Redd’, is an American rapper and singer. He is best known for his songs “Love Scars” and “Dark Knight Dummo” with Travis Scott. Trippie Redd was born on June 18th, 1999, in Canton, Ohio. With being such a young age, he already has been spoken about a lot in the rap music industry. His album “A Love Letter To You”, his first most well known album, was released on November 24th, 2016. There are twelve songs on the album, some with Trippie being solo, and some featuring other artists. Other artists featured in Trippie’s album are artists like Tekashi 6ix9ine, Famous Dex, Lil Tracy, and more. I do like and still listen to every song on the album, but the ones I most like and that I most recommend on the album are Love Scars, Deeply Scared, and Poles1469 the most. I highly recommend this album because after how long it’s been out, many songs on the album are still big and continue to be played a ton worldwide.

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