Come Aug. 4, Trippie Redd will deliver the fifth installment of his critically acclaimed A Love Letter To You series. This go ’round, fans will receive 19 tracks and collaborations alongside Lil Wayne, Roddy Ricch, The Kid LAROI, Tommy Lee Sparta, Bryson Tiller, Corbin, and Skye Morales.
On Tuesday (July 25), the Ohio talent decided to liberate a single titled “Last Days,” a Zodiac and PAX-produced effort that was recorded in 2022. The genre-bending number sees Trippie imagining the final days of his life:
“One more day to live, one more night again, one more blunt to smoke, one more high again, one more time again, she say, ‘One more time again,’ she say, ‘Rub my body,’ I wanna feel your skin, look me dead in my eyes, can you feel the wind? Is this the very last time?”
Back in January, Trippie released MANSION MUSIK, a surprise album that boasted collaborations alongside the likes of Chief Keef, Future, Lil Baby, Juice WRLD, Travis Scott, Nardo Wick, Kodak Black, and Rich The Kid. That project debuted at No. 3 on the Billboard 200 with 56,000 album-equivalent units sold. Speaking to Apple Music’s Zane Lowe (above), the “Love Scars” rapper revealed that he essentially dropped MANSION MUSIK against his will.
“I was held for ransom on my project,” he said. “They wanted me to pay them $1 million because they had all my records. Every single last one. All the features. Some hackers. They had all my songs, so I had to rush the project out… They have been hacking and leaking s**t like crazy, at least my last two, three albums. I don’t know how they do it.”
A Love Letter To You 5 tracklist:
1. “Take Me Away” feat. Corbin
2. “Last Days”
3. “Thy Motion”
4. “How You Alive”
5. “Thinking Bout You”
6. “Praying 4 Love”
8. “A Feeling” feat. Skye Morales
9. “Romantic Fantasy”
10. “I’m Mad At Me” feat. Lil Wayne
11. “Closed Doors” feat. Roddy Ricch
13. “Left 4 Dead”
14. “Wind” feat. The Kid LAROI
15. “Helicopter” feat. Tommy Lee Sparta
16. “Took My Breath Away” feat. Skye Morales
17. “Flowers” feat. Bryson Tiller
18. “The Hate”
19. “Trip McKnight”
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