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Trippie Redd just released a new song titled Dreamer
Trippie Redd has dropped a new single called ‘Dreamer’ in celebration of his 21st birthday.
The versatile artist had previously revealed that his next album Pegasus will be Rock influenced and going by the feel of this track, it looks like he’s staying true to that thought. This is a followup to his PARTYNEXTDOOR-featured cut ‘Excitement‘ in May.
Trippie has landed four consecutive albums in the top 10 in just three years’ time — A Love Letter To You 4 back in November being his first-ever album to debut at #1 on the Billboard 200 chart. He tells Zane Lowe on Apple Music that Pegasus will be the only album he will release in 2020.
He also talked about the origins of the song: “My friend, Jacob, I met him over X-Box a few years ago, but he’s out here with me in LA he’s one of my close friends. He was hitting up this producer or whatever, this little kid, he’s like 16, and he has these rock beats. He actually makes music too, he just started making music, Jacob. So, he showed me some beats from him, because I said I needed some, and I heard that beat, and I was like, “Wow, this sh*ts amazing. Send it to me”. So he sent it to me, and I went to sleep on it, and I woke up, I made the song. So that’s why it’s called Dreamer.”
Now more than ever before, hip-hop artists have been embracing new genres and trying their hand at concocting new sounds. In truth, it’s hard not to credit Lil Wayne’s Rebirth as being more influential than initially thought, especially for young rappers inclined to dabble in rock-and-roll territory. No stranger to Weezy’s tutelage, Trippie Redd has put forth his brand new single “Dreamer,” a track that implements many key lessons from the Rebirth curriculum.
Fuelled by guitar chords and a steady acoustic drum beat, Trippie lets his autotune-laced vocals soar. Lyrically, he tends to center around the age-old theme of unrequited love. “Already know I know I felt the pain, I shedded tears, let me go blindfold, and I can still see that you’re here,” he sings, a major stylistic departure from his expected sound. It’s unclear if the “Dreamer” vibe will be consistent throughout Pegasus, though it wouldn’t be surprising to see Redd gravitating further into that particular realm. He’s already promised that the Deluxe Edition would be a full-on “rock album,” which seems to indicate that it’s been piquing his creative interest. Check out his latest now, and look for Pegasus to arrive in the imminent future.