Trippie Redd got “Buzz” in his new video
He’s also set to release his new ‘Neon Shark’ project next week.
Just recently, Trippie Redd linked up with Shordie Shordie and Murda Beatz for their collaboration track “Love.” Redd had something of his own up his sleeve, the freshly released “Buzz” video. The new visual sees Trippie decked out in some wild gear as he goes crazy over a Supah Mario beat:
Two hunnid fifty my whip, and it got no chip. Man, it move like a Hot Wheel, catch one of you bitch n***as on the Internet woofin’. I’ma hit you with the windmill, n***as ain’t big, real big/ Got a choppa on my waist that’ll take down O’Neal. N***as be bitches, put this choppa in your mouth then bust. Show you how a ho feels. Opps talkin’ ‘bout “There’s a time and a place” for that shit/ Don’t do that here. N***as ain’t playin’ no games, on gang, lil’ n***a. You can get shot here/ You feel different, caught you slippin’, pimpin’. Now you’re not here. Emperor Zurg, put his ass in a morgue
The multi-platinum artist also announced the release of his next project NEON SHARK vs. Pegasus (Deluxe Presented by Travis Barker), which will be out Feb. 19 via 10K Projects/Caroline. The new body of work will see him embracing his love for rock like never before. In October, Trippie Redd unveiled his third studio album Pegasus, which boasts 26 tracks and assists from PARTYNEXTDOOR, Chris Brown, Rich The Kid, Young Thug, Future, Quavo, Busta Rhymes, Lil Wayne, Swae Lee, and more. The project was well-received, debuting at the number two spot on the Billboard 200 thanks to 60,000 album equivalent units sold during its first week of release. Trippie Redd also shared visuals for “Love Scars 4” and “Weeeeee,” and assisted Stalley on his Speak No Blue project.
Be sure to tune into Trippie Redd’s new music video for “Buzz” down below.
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