Julia Michaels has worked closely with hip-hop artists in the past, and now she's recruiting Trippie Redd to join her on her new song, "Jump." The "Dark Knight Dummo" rapper lends an intense new verse to the melodic record, which is produced by Nick Monson.

While Michaels sings about wanting space and some time away from a significant other, Redd lays down some signature rhymes for his catchy verse. The Ohio entertainer raps about going from his humble beginnings of sleeping on couches to proving any and all of his haters wrong.

"Jump, jump up in this foreign/Used to sleep on couches now the boy is really tourin'," he spits. "If they sleep on me I tell 'em haters gon' sleep it away, yeah/Fell in love, but it ain't no trust/If it ain't no trust then that girl can't be my love/'Posed to put my love above."

Redd has never held back when it comes to experimenting with sounds, and he has big plans when it comes to his career, as he revealed in XXL's Spring 2018 issue.

“I want Grammys. I wanna be better than these people who are just here because they figured out they can make money from music," he said. "That’s got nothing to do with me, bro, I’m really an artist. I really do this. I don’t need the money. It doesn’t matter to me.”

Check out the official lyric video for "Jump" below to hear Trippie Redd's verse on the record.

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