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Trippie Redd surprises fans with new single, visual ‘Go Crazy’

Throughout 2021, Trippie Redd has pushed boundaries and continuously challenged himself with the variety of music he’s released.

The 22-year-old Ohio-based star dropped two extremely diverse projects this year. The first being the deluxe to his 2020 album Pegasus: Neon Shark vs Pegasus, joining forces with Travis Barker and emulating a heavy rock influence. His following album, Trip At Knight, is filled with exciting rage beats and featured some of our generation’s most influential artists in Juice Wrld, XXXTENTACION, Drake, Lil Uzi Vert and many more.

Trippie has seemingly never come down from the high of the transcendent A Love Letter To You 4 in 2019, guest starring on a plethora of tracks and becoming one of hip-hop’s most embraced artists in recent memory. After a short break, Redd sees red once more blessing fans with his first release since Trip At Knight in “Go Crazy.”

Trippie has captivated listeners all year long, incorporating the new wave’s signature siren-induced rage on Trip At Knight. “Go Crazy” extends that narrative, offering fans a sort of bonus track assimilating to TAK’s sound.

In light of Redd’s new YouTube exclusive track, he also appears on Ty Fontaine’s newest effort Virtual World 2 on “Somethin Bout Me.” On “Go Crazy,” Trippie just does that, as a melodic synth complements his distinctive voice effortlessly — harmonizing over the production’s hard-hitting distorted 808s and sharp claps.

The visuals for “Go Crazy” are in fact, quite crazy. The video itself is engulfed in flames, as it displays Trippie burning a dollar bill, playing with a flamethrower and sparking a J in front of a massive fire-lit screen. For most of the video, we find many crimson shots of Trippie with red flashing lights in the background.

Not only has Trippie has been crazy focused making hits, but has also been busy performing as well. Trippie is currently on his Tripp At Knight tour and announced a European tour in 2022. As Trippie continues to climb the ladder of music’s biggest stars, one achievement after another, he’ll be remembered as a GOAT in his own respect.

Stream ‘Trip At Knight’ below!