"I grew up listening to a lot of different music," Trippie Redd told us earlier this summer when we spent 24 hours with him in Miami. "To create my own style, I combined three or four different styles and put them together. That's Trippie Redd's style. Basically hip-hop, R&B, alternative rock, and fuckin' pop."​

His breakthrough hit "Love Scars" combined bass-heavy hip-hop production with wailing, emotionally-charged vocals that felt inspired by angsty alternative rock and pop music. But his A Love Letter To You project also included moments like "Can You Rap Like Me?" that showed off his traditional rap skills as well.

The follow-up, A Love Letter To You 2, follows a similar formula. The bulk of the tape falls in line with the genre-defying melodic style of "Love Scars," but he also takes moments to flash his strength as an emcee on songs like "Hellboy" and "Dangerous."

You can listen to the project on Apple Music here or via Spotify below.

Learn more about Trippie Redd in our short documentary below.

Continue for the full uncut interview.

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