As he gears up to announce his first headlining tour, Nashville-based recording artist Big Trip unloads the KSEA-produced cut â€œDown Bad.â€ Detailing how a newly split couple handles a breakup, the song awakens emotions of sorrow and agony commonly attached to toxic relationships.
Following the release of his â€œScarfaceâ€ spearheaded project â€˜Phoenixâ€™ as well as early 2023 singles â€œUntitled (How Bout Dat)â€ and â€œOpen Letter,â€ the easy listen quickstrike comes accompanied by news of Tripâ€™s forthcoming acting role alongside Country superstar Parker McCollum.
In an exclusive press statement to Medium Creative Agency, Trip details the recordâ€™s organic origins:
â€œThe song initially started as a discussion amongst friends before I decided to lay the track down in the studio. Weâ€™ve all been through heartbreak in different forms, but not many of us are conscious of how itâ€™ll affect us moving forward. I wanted to put a spotlight on some of the ways people try to cover up their true feelings after ending things.â€
Brendan Tripodi BKA Big Trip is the frequency catching the music industryâ€™s radar. Raised in Westchester County (New York), and residing in Tennessee, Trip was a baseball phenomenon before a horrible accident left him in a coma. After making a full recovery, he began his journey as a Hip-Hop artist. With the same competitive nature he possessed as an athlete, he pivoted to a professional career in Rap, debuting at #5 and #36 on the iTunes Hip-Hop chart and #105 on the Top 200. Though heâ€™s opened for genre favorites like G Herbo and G-Eazy, Trip received a vast majority of his acclaim while serving as support for Marc E. Bassyâ€™s â€˜Nothing In This Worldâ€™ U.S. tour dates.
Stream â€œDown Badâ€ on your DSP of choice below via Disbrow Park Records and if youâ€™re in Nashville or surrounding areas this weekend catch him live at the Flamingo Cocktail Club on June 24th.
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