Things have already started on a bright note for Trippie Redd, who is quickly becoming one of the most in-demand new rappers of today. The Ohio native releases the music video for his "Hellboy" record, which features him going head-to-head with supernatural forces.

Redd starts off the Mamesjao-directed visuals (produced in collaboration with 88rising) with some psychedelic scenes of him rapping along to the catchy track, before he dives into a video game as himself. The video reflects the video game that was adapted from the 2004 Hellboy movie, and features the "Dark Knight Dummo" rapper fighting off some demons as an animated character.

At the end of the visuals, we see Trippie holding a sword with some blood on his body, which comes after he chopped up some of the horrifying enemies that popped up along the way.

Right now, fans are hoping to get the full version of the Canton entertainer's song with Lil Wayne, which they have been anticipating for some time now.

As he continues to take over rising rapper music scene, Redd has already made it clear that he doesn't think he should be categorized in the mumble rap sector of hip-hop. He recently shared his candid thoughts on the mumble rap sub-genre, claiming that he shouldn't be part of that conversation.

Watch Trippie's music video for "Hellboy" below to see him fight off some demons.

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