As Trippie Redd continues to gear up for the release of his debut album, the Canton, Ohio native drops off his latest songs, "Me Likey" and "How You Feel."

Released on Thursday (June 21), "Me Likey" is produced by frequent collaborator OZ and finds Trippie bragging about his riches. "How you like the glis'? How you like my wrist?/How you like these diamonds dancing in my fucking fist?/How you like that, how you like that?/If she hit my jack, I hit her right back," Trippie raps over the bouncy beat.

"You's a open mind, you's a big stain, yeah/You's a poopy butt, yeah you's a shit stain, yeah/Posted in the bando with the big gang, yeah/Totin' sticks and extendos with the big bang, yeah," he continues spitting.

As for "How You Feel," the alternative rock-inspired song is a drastic change from "Me Likey" and features a slow strumming electric guitar throughout. Trippie has been teasing the effort for quite some time. "How you feel, yeah/I'm tryna pour my heart out/How the fuck I'm 'posed to sound?/I guess I'm tryna know how you feel/Like cookies to a girl scout/And nobody would move or smile?/I guess I'm tryna know how you feel," he croons.

In May, Trippie Redd performed the song at 2018 Rolling Loud in Miami, along with his current string of hits.

While a tracklist for the 2018 XXL Freshman's upcoming album has yet to be revealed, the rapper has remained busy teasing and premiering new music. In May, the "Deadman's Wonderland" rapper previewed "How You Feel" at the 2018 Rolling Loud Festival, and recently dropped a new track with Chief Keef and Tadoe called "I Kill People."

During the Rolling Loud festival, Trippie spoke about the upcoming project and said it will feature a mix of lyrical rap, rock and R&B. "My album is really just like, it's lyrical rap, it's rock music, it's all the shit I do now and it's R&B," he told the crowd. "So, like, I just wanted to give y'all a little vibe, a little heads up tip on that shit."

Listen to Trippie Redd's newest songs, "Me Likey" and "How You Feel," below.

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