In a recent hour-long Instagram live session, Trippie went on to let loose on a few new developments, including his relationship with Drake and his upcoming new project.
On the topic of Drizzy and a possible feature, Trippie shut it down, despite rumors that followed that failed “God’s Plan” feature. “No,” he denied. “And it’s only because people say so much weird shit about me and Drake’s relationship, so I didn’t really care about the feature at all.”
But he still did come bearing good news, revealing that his forthcoming project would be a dual-sided effort with about 35 songs recorded for the outing.
“It’s going to drop around July and I’ve made over 35 songs for that shit,” he explained. “I don’t know if it’s going to be all 35 songs on the album, but I’m going to tell you how it’s going to be: there’s two parts of the album. There is a more artsy, lyrical part of the album. That’s where like, ‘Taking A Walk,’ ‘Oomps Revenge,’ ‘Can You Rap Like Me 2,’ ‘How You Feel,’ all the rock songs, the R&B songs, the very artsy rap songs, and shit are going to be on that side.”
“And on the other side of the album, it’s going to be more bangers and shit,” Trippie continued. “For example, like my song with Quavo …] ‘I Kill People’ is probably going to be on the other side. I’m still not sure yet. I’m still trying to line everything up. I’ll let you know as I go.”
Trippie also went on to clarify that he would not be exhausting his energy on the Internet, indirectly referencing his ongoing back-and-forth with 6ix9ine, out of an effort to appease fans who aren’t with the Internet beef.
“I know I’ve been on the internet acting crazy and shit, saying crazy shit, but instead of focusing on the negative shit, I’m going to be more positive,” he said. “I’m not going to show my emotions on the internet, because I see you don’t really fuck with it. I fuck with it, because I feel like I’m just showing you how I am as a person and how I react to shit. But I don’t want everything I post to be how I react to shit. I don’t want to lead you all away from the bigger cause, which is the music I put out.”