Trippie Redd can replace Migos

11.13.2019     /     News author: Oksana

Trippie Redd can replace Migos
© Instagram / Trippie Redd
Being in a live show is practically a religious experience: whether hundreds or tens of thousands of people are gathered, there is something special about going to a place to see one of our favorite artists, and listening to the songs that we like so much in a completely different environment - there is adrenaline, euphoria, electricity, and the energy of an entire public. It is even more intense if we end up in one of the first rows, because the sweat, the lights, the waiting hours and even the pushes suffered make everything worthwhile when we see that performance a few meters away.

In recent years, the trap has become one of the most massive subgeneros of hip hop, and from South America to Asia you can feel the warmth of the performances of local and international artists when they are presented in small theaters or in large festivals to open sky: it is there when you experience the musical communion we are talking about, when all the public sings and moves in unison when the first notes of a banger ring in the ears.

If you have not experienced closely how you live a Travis Scott, LA Tentacion or Trippie Redd show on your own, here is a summary of the most intense, wild and out of control shows of these artists. We guarantee you will want to find a time machine to become one of the assistants of these performances that almost burn the stage.

If you've ever wondered how the underground world of SoundCloud rap really moves, where artists depend on their followers on the Internet to help them raise their career profile, the best example of what can happen is the case of XXXTentacion already deceased, without a doubt one of the most prominent figures of the mumble and emo rap. In 2017 and early 2018, X toured the United States, and the public's response was almost on the verge of delirium: proof of this is this performance of the Take A Step Back theme alongside rapper Ski Mask The Slump God, where the followers are so dedicated, they almost give us chills.


Trippie Redd is another one of those rappers with a gang and crime past that has become popular thanks to the power of social networks, and is one of those artists who does not stop touring his country to take his songs to every corner possible. He may not yet fill stadiums like Migos, but Trippie Redd will drive his audience crazy when he performs live in smaller theaters, where the energy that is raised is practically electric. Here we see him in a show in California this year with Travis Scott, and it seems that the public was about to jump on stage with so much euphoria.

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