Trippie Redd has teased a reunion with Travis Scott, writing ominously on Instagram that “The Dark Knight” has returned.
On Monday (January 9), the “Miss The Rage” rapper took to his Instagram Stories to write: “The Dark Knight Returns…,” which seemingly alludes to the pair’s last collaboration “Dark Knight Dummo” in 2017.
In a separate screenshot from an IG exchange, Trippie can be seen DMing Travis Scott and asking if he’d sent over his vocals yet.
“Yeaaaa engineer should be sending it back in like hour,” La Flame replied.
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A separate post also showed that Trippie Redd has linked up with Lil Durk for new music, as the pair were seen recording a music video together for their unreleased track.
Despite not releasing a proper album in 2022, Trippie Redd had an impressive year. He signed a new deal with 10K Projects worth $30 million and celebrated by copping an 18,923-square-foot mansion in Florida worth $7.5 million.
The property boasts nine bedrooms, 11.5 bathrooms, a chef’s kitchen, two offices, an indoor basketball court with an exercise area and a wine cellar. There’s also an eight-car garage and enough parking space for 20 cars.
In regards to the massive deal, Trippie has been with 10K Projects for years now, and said in a statement he’s excited to continue parenting with them.
“Elliot signed me when I was 16,” he wrote. “From the start, he’s always pushed me to do everything on my own terms which is the most important thing to me. I’m grateful to have had him as a partner for this long and excited to make more hits with 10K and keep growing together.”
It looks like Trippie Redd’s 2023 is about to be just as eventful. The Ohio rapper is already pegged to join Future on the road alongside Kodak Black, Polo G, EST Gee, Babyface Ray and others for the former’s One Big Party Tour.
The North American trek kicked off on Saturday (January 7) in Houston, and will roll through Charlotte, Atlanta, Chicago and Washington, D.C. before they close things out in Boston on January 27.