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Saturday, November 02, 2019

Trippie Redd - "Love Me More" [Hip-Hop]

Love Me More

"Love Me More" music video by Trippie Redd
Added: 02-11-2019
Genre : Hip-Hop
Description : Trippie Redd – Love Me More [Official Music Video]

Official Video for “Love Me More" by Trippie Redd
Produced by Taz Taylor & Nick Mira

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Directed by: James Mackel
Director of Photography: Ian Quill
Production Company: Clocked Inc.
Producers: Jimmy Regular and Emily Hillgren
Written by: James Mackel and Grant Duncan
Creative Director: Aidan Cullen
AD: Dylan McGale
Editor: Alex Crosby and James Mackel
Colorist: Bryan Smaller
Steadicam Operator: Nick Serabyn
Stylist: Danasia Sutton
Makeup Artist: Taylour Chanel

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Originally from Canton, Ohio, rapper Trippie Redd emerged in 2015 with a series of online tracks that hinted at the versatile style he came to develop, one that blended elements of cloud rap, emo rap, and trap influenced by T-Pain, Gucci Mane, and Lil Wayne with the energy of punk and metal inspired by Kiss and Marilyn Manson.

In 2018, Trippie Redd issued several singles in anticipation of his debut studio album, Life's a Trip. The LP placed the artist's voice at the center of many songs, highlighting his unique vocal style as both a rapper and singer. Just a few months later, he returned with the mixtape A Love Letter to You 3, another chapter of depressive and angsty lyrics on both sung and rapped tracks. His second studio album, !, arrived in 2019. Its title was inspired by the album ? by the late rapper XXXTentacion and continued Trippie's emo rap musings.

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