Trippie Redd Net Worth

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Trippie Redd Net Worth

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About Trippie Redd

Michael Lamar White II (born June 18, 1999), known professionally as Trippie Redd, is an American rapper. As of , Trippie Redd's estimated net worth is at least $10 Million.

He is one of the most prominent members of the SoundCloud rap scene, which gained mainstream acclaim in the late 2010s. His debut mixtape, A Love Letter to You (2017), and its lead single, "Love Scars", propelled him to popularity.

Trippie Redd's singles "Dark Knight Dummo", "Taking a Walk", and "Topanga" all reached the Billboard Hot 100. His debut studio album, Life's a Trip (2018), and sophomore album, ! (2019), both reached the top five of the Billboard 200, while his fourth mixtape, A Love Letter to You 4 (2019), topped the chart. Trippie Redd's third studio album, Pegasus (2020), reached number two on the Billboard 200.

What is Trippie Redd's Net Worth?

As of , Trippie Redd's estimated net worth is at least $10M. Lil Wop helped White get started with a professional recording studio. They began working with Kodie Shane and recorded three projects: Awakening My Inner Beast, Beast Mode and Rock the World Trippie. White eventually signed to the label Strainge Entertainment (now known as Elliot Grainge Entertainment) and relocated to Los Angeles.

On May 26, 2017, White released his debut mixtape, A Love Letter to You, with the lead single "Love Scars", which received more than 8 million views on YouTube within several months and more than 13 million on SoundCloud. White was included on XXXTentacion's album 17, on the song "Fuck Love", which peaked at number 28 on the Billboard Hot 100.

On October 6, 2017, White released his second mixtape, A Love Letter to You 2. The album debuted at number 34 on the Billboard 200. Later that month, White released a collaboration EP with Lil Wop, Angels & Demons.

Early life of Trippie Redd

Michael Lamar White II was born on June 18, 1999, in Canton, Ohio. He has stated he is of Irish, Native American and African American descent. His father, Michael Lamar White, was in prison at the time of his birth, and his mother, Tonya White, was left to raise him as a single parent. White has a younger brother nicknamed "Hippie Redd" and had an older brother who made music under the name "Dirty Redd".

Dirty Redd was killed in a car accident in 2014, and White talked to Rolling Stone about the time following the fatal accident. White grew up in Canton, though he moved to Columbus, Ohio, several times. His interest in music began when his mother played Ashanti, Beyoncé, Tupac, and Nas while White was growing up.

He later listened to artists such as T-Pain, Kiss, Nirvana, Gucci Mane, Fountains of Wayne, the Ataris, Green Day, the Offspring, Cute Is What We Aim For, Simple Plan, the Summer Set, Hit the Lights, Marilyn Manson and Lil Wayne. White began rapping after being inspired by Taevion Williams, another rapper who went by the stage name Lil Tae. White began taking his music career seriously and began recording music, releasing "Sub-Zero" and "New Ferrari" in 2014 but soon deleting those songs. Following his high school graduation, White moved to Atlanta, where he met rapper Lil Wop and was eventually offered a deal with a record label.

Favorite Quotes from Trippie Redd

“I made this song so y’all can vibe to it and realize it yourself. If she doesn’t want you, she doesn’t want you. Period. If she fucking with other n***as, it ain’t no point in even f***ing with that situation. Unless you don’t give a f***. Unless she’s just one of the hoes. But don’t fall in love with no hoes.” – Trippie Redd

“We were in Columbus, Ohio. It was me, Elliott Trent and my friend Hector Finessin’. They played this f***ing sample from Super Metroid and that s**t was fire. So, they put the beat behind it.” – Trippie Redd

“I was in Lil Wayne’s studio, and I had recorded over this Detail-beat. And it was the “F**k Love” of course. And then I had posted on Instagram snippet the night after, or the day after the matter of fact.” – Trippie Redd

“Yeah me and Post Malone, we got music coming soon, that’s my bro-zay.” – Trippie Redd

Trippie Redd Net Worth