Review: Trippie Redd releases Deluxe Edition of ALLTY 4

Trippie Redd performs at The Fillmore Detroit on February 14, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images)
Trippie Redd performs at The Fillmore Detroit on February 14, 2020 in Detroit, Michigan. (Photo by Scott Legato/Getty Images) /

Trippie Redd put a spin onto his recently released mixtape A Love Letter To You 4. There are some significant details in Trippie’s style of music that distinguish his talents from many other artists.

Trippie Redd has morphed his attachment to the wall of “grunge rap” sound and individuality. Similar to Lil Wayne, Trippie Redd is known as an artist who helped stress the message that it’s cool to embrace your own identity. He has released five mixtapes and two studio albums since 2017. Besides his positive consistency rating in comparison to other artists in his age bracket, Trippie also relies heavily on the ability to stay raw.

Trippie is a universal talent in the art of creativity for the current stage in rap music; furthermore, Trippie can entertain the crowd with the use of his bar for bar upbeat rhyming skills and singing interchangeably. Multiple pauses and breakdowns occur in Trippie’s songs, causing listeners to lock in on a level that supports the urge to hum and sing along to his brilliant choruses.

A Love Letter To You 4 was originally released back in November of 2019. Since then, Trippie decided to re-release his 21-song project with 8 additional songs in a Deluxe version this past Friday the 20th. The 8 additional songs include: “I Love You” (feat. Chance the Rapper), “The Way” (feat. Russ), “YELL OH” (feat. Young Thug), “How I Was Raised” (feat. Lil Tecca), “OTF NIGHTMARE” (feat. Lil Durk and G Herbo), “Even Steven”, “Amazinggg” (feat. Sahbabii), and “Koi”.

Lil Tecca gets a big break on his “How I Was Raised” feature as the newest artist on the tape. This may have been the perfect role for Tecca to accept while constructing a path for his rap career. He delivered his verse tremendously as well by using simple lines as he usually does, but also speedily timing his skills with quick annunciation.

The number of ears that will tune into this tape and play it through for the next few weeks will do wonders for the initial construction of Tecca’s fanbase. While Trippie didn’t give his best effort in terms of lyricism on every song, there are a few hidden gems in some of his verses on the copy.

He also assembled a considerably deep lineup of features besides Lil Tecca. All features are not only relevant but also currently active artists having all released polished verses within the past 4 months. There is a long list of rappers in the same tier as Trippie who have not put out music, comparatively speaking, in a lengthier amount of time.

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The deluxe edition of his mixtape did not disappoint sonically, Trippie Redd still brings his rock star style and rhythms to the beat, never switching up from the tone that he originally rooted in his music. His melodic wall of sound and easily understandable verse crafting provide the correct amount of noise to channel a wide range of listeners. If you’re looking for a mixtape that you can easily recite the lyrics to, ALLTY 4: Deluxe Edition may satisfy your needs.