Tripp St. Livin

Tripp St. Unveils Second Blissful Single ‘Livin’

As you know, we have been captivated by Tripp St.‘s sudden ambush of the scene this past year. After officially remixing a CloZee track and debuting their first single off forthcoming album, Welcome to Tripp St., the anonymous producer unveils “Livin” via Odyzey Music.

Tripp St. makes life feel oh so sweet with “Livin.”

Alright, so this track is simply… incredible. It’s like Tripp St. sat down and said, “I want the people to love life while listening to this one.” That’s what “Livin” does for me. The track glistens from start to finish and feels like warmth on your skin. The accompanying visuals by VJ and 3D artist, DR01D VISUALS, perfectly encapsulate the feeling!

This one displays Tripp’s pristine sound design and we cannot wait for more.

Upon first listen, it is clear that Tripp St. incorporates a plethora of unique funky-bass sounds. To start, glowing organ notes glide over the progressing track. Then, subsequently, bells, harps, and synths trickle in to add to the bliss-filled essence that makes up “Livin.” Altogether, these elements create a sound that is completely the anonymous producer’s own. And if we are being honest, “Livin” seems to be Tripp St. at their outright best.

In short, we are patiently awaiting Tripp St.’s 11-track (!!!) LP, slated for release on March 5th via Odyzey Music.

Give Tripp St.’s “Livin” a listen below and be sure to pre-save Welcome to Tripp St. here.

Featured artwork by DR01D Visuals.

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