Trippie Redd Shares Video for New Song “Together/Bigger Than Satan”
Trippie Redd continues to gear up for the release of his debut album Life's a Trip and ahead of the project's release, the 2018 XXL Freshman shares a new song and video, "Together/Bigger Than Satan" on Sunday (July 29).
Trippie has been teasing "Bigger Than Satan" for a few weeks now and the song definitely lives up to the hype. The melodic track finds Trippie crooning over a slow guitar riff. "I gotta keep it together, ain't no tweaking now/I gotta pull it together, ain't no holding on/We gotta do this together, ain't no holding on by myself, yeah/We gotta pull it together, we gotta do this together," he sings.
As for the visuals, the video finds Trippie ridding around the town as he hangs out the window of a black car. The "Together/Bigger Than Satan" video also sees the rapper hanging out and smoking with friends.
Along with his new song and visuals, Trippie shared a video on Instagram detailing the benefits of being together with someone. "Remember kids: strive, prosper, stay positive and also remember, you can always do better with a friend," he said. "Togetherness—don't be all to yourself. Stay together."
In a caption written on the video, Trippie added, "TOGETHER 2 IS BETTER THAN 1 TOGETHER WE ARE POSITIVE TOGETHER WE ARE BIGGER THAN SATAN."
The rapper also shared another video where he revealed his picks for the greatest musicians of all time. "Also, Drake, Young Thug, Michael Jackson and Kurt Cobain is the greatest artists of all time. Don't at me," he said.
Young Thug seemed to appreciate the shoutout as well as Trippie's new visual, as he shared a clip of the new song's video to his own Instagram. The caption, however, had people talking, as he mentioned 6ix9ine in the caption with a heart emoji. Perhaps, given the reconciliatory nature of the song, Thugger thought it would be a good opportunity to remind Trippie to drop his longstanding beef with Tekashi.
Trippie Redd's Life's a Trip is scheduled to release on Aug. 10. On Tuesday (July 31), the rapper unveiled the colorful artwork, which features Trippie as a monster-like creature holding a melting microphone.
Check out the "Together/Bigger Than Satan" video, as well as Trippie's Instagram post below.
See Behind-the-Scenes Photos of Trippie Redd at the 2018 XXL Freshman Cover Shoot