As you may have heard, Trippie Redd released a surprise album earlier this month, entitled MANSION MUSIK. The compilation featured some of the biggest stars of the industry, including Ski Mask The Slump God, Nardo Wick, Travis Scott, Rich The Kid, Lil Baby, and a lot more, spanning across 25 tracks in total. In the meantime, he followed up the release of the album with the release of the official music video for the single “ATLANTIS.” Not only did Chief Keef contribute to the clip, but he also executive produced everything on the album according to his own words. As he raps over a hard-hitting instrumental produced by SJR Beats, Trippie Redd talks about the lavish life he leads over a hard-hitting beat:
There is a reimagined visual for the Ohio native’s song on the way. It was directed by Nolan Riddle, and sees him take over a dark junkyard with his crew. Towards the end of the clip, he links up with Sosa, where they deliver a high-energy performance of their collaboration in a graffiti-filled, chandelier-lit room where both artists perform a series of rap verses. Afterwards, they head outside, assemble their entourage, and then pull off in their luxurious cars so that they can meet up with the rest of the group.
Previously, Trippie Redd had only released two songs on 2022’s First Draft EP, which was a two-song bundle including “Save Me, Please” and “1st Degree Murder.” In addition to the songs he has released on his own, he has also contributed to other tracks like “City Of God” with Orochi, “Feline” which was produced by Juice WRLD, “Who You Are” with Doodie Lo, and more.