After releasing Trip At Knight in 2021 and the deluxe LP Neon Shark vs. Pegasus in 2018, Trippie Redd is working on new music. Mansion Musik is the name of the upcoming album from the Ohio rap star, and Chief Keef handles all of the executive production duties.
Redd announced the upcoming project’s track listing and guest appearances on social media. Twenty-five tracks long, Mansion Musik features cameos from Future, Lil Baby, Kodak Black, Lil Durk, Rich The Kid, Travis Scott, Chief Keef, and more. The late Juice Wrld also makes a cameo appearance after his untimely death.
Redd collaborates with other musicians in the vast majority of the tracks. The album kicks off with the eponymous “Mansion Musik,” and subsequent collaborations feature Chief Keef on “Atlantis” and Future on “Psycho,” respectively.
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Redd is joined by Future and Lil Baby on the next track, “Fully Loaded,” which is led by the trio. Redd has not yet announced a release date for the project, but he has promised to do so if his Instagram post featuring the album’s tracklist receives enough positive feedback.
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Trippie stayed active despite not releasing an album last year. The 23-year-old celebrated his $30 million contract with 10K Projects by stealing a $7.5 million, 18,923-square-foot mansion in Florida.
He also made a lot of guest appearances on songs like “American Psycho” by Marshmello, “Big 14” by Offset and Moneybagg Yo, and “Way Back” by Skrillex, which featured PinkPantheress. As a bonus, Trippie gave his fans a two-song EP containing the tracks “Save Me, Please” and “1st Degree Murder.”
A big year for Trippie in 2023 is looking more and more likely. He recently joined Future on his One Big Party Tour, featuring Kodak Black, Polo G, EST Gee, Babyface Ray, and more. The North American leg of the tour began on January 7 in Houston and will wrap up with performances in Chicago, Washington, D.C., and Boston on January 27.