Trip At Knight

Trippie Redd - Trip At Knight
Critic Score
Based on 6 reviews
2021 Ratings: #580 / 608
User Score
Based on 535 ratings
2021 Ratings: #687
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CRITIC REVIEWS

70
AllMusic

Concise and brisk, Trip At Knight is one of the more focused Trippie Redd albums, and calls for repeat listening where some of the others were difficult to get all the way through.

70
Clash

‘Trip At Knight’ serves to finesse his sound and approach, allowing room for Trippie Redd to attempt new projects within his digi-focussed framework – it’s a chapter so many of his contemporaries have been cruelly denied.

66
HipHopDX

Trip At Knight is his most consistent project to date, though it doesn’t break new ground.

60
NME

‘Trip At Knight’, like many of the rapper’s other projects, is an uneven affair that suggests a lack of quality control.

60
The Line of Best Fit

Depending on what you look to Trippie for, Trip at Knight will either be exactly what you wanted or grow a tad exhausting.

50
The Needle Drop

Though its initially interesting aesthetic becomes samey and Trippie's performances are hit-and-miss, Trip at Knight is his best project since his studio debut.

rapscorer321
45
Im 4 songs in and this is my favorite trippie redd album

Edit: Im 10 songs in and the same synth has been used 4 times what

Edit 2: 🗿
Case
70
Despite it being a little long and one-dimensional, this is actually a pretty enjoyable project and probably Trippie’s best project in a while.

In the past I have liked some of Trippie’s music and thought he had potential, but he is usually pretty inconsistent and his recent projects have not been good. But after hearing the two singles for this album, I was fairly excited. “Miss The Rage” with Carti was a much better track, but both were in the same style and I was ... read more
BaddieBaphomet
40
NO NUANCE REVIEW

Trippie Redd made another album.

I never understood Trippie’s appeal. And I don’t think I ever will. And I think I should stop trying to do so.
gopxity
59
Miss the Rage: The Album. Seriously, like 13 of the 17 songs have extremely similar beats. I mean, it's a good beat but RELAX. It was fun for a while but it got really boring after track 7. I was so ready to call this Trippie's best 7 tracks in, and it still might be, but it's a Trippie album so of course he has to load it with a ton of filler. It's alright, but it has a lot of issues.

Favorite tracks: MP5, Finish Line, Miss the Rage, Supernatural, Captain Crunch
Least favorite: Baki
Cry
71
'Trip At Knight' shows Trippie changing styles again after the beautiful, dark 'Pegasus' and the chaotic, pop punk 'NEON SHARK', coming back with an album built from rage/hyperpop beats. Trippie Redd executes the album better than I could've ever imagined as the switch to emo-rap to rage/hyperpop is a significant style switch, with Trippie Redd swiftly and spectacularly adjusting as he sounds like he's having fun creating music for the first time in a long time as the album contains banger ... read more
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Track List

1Molly Hearts
2:42
67
2MP5
2:39
feat. $oFaygo
72
3Finish Line
2:22
62
4Holy Smokes
3:01
67
5Super Cell
2:41
68
6Miss the Rage
3:56
81
7Supernatural
2:20
74
8Demon Time
2:39
66
9Matt Hardy 999
3:08
70
10Vibes
2:04
59
11New Money
2:24
54
12Danny Phantom
2:16
54
13Space Time
1:59
55
14Baki
2:27
51
15iPhone
2:01
46
16Rich MF
4:07
67
17Captain Crunch
4:10
58
Total Length: 47 minutes
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Added on: January 5, 2021