Miguel, Machine Gun Kelly, G-Eazy, and Lil Tjay show up on the program.
Miguel, Machine Gun Kelly, G-Eazy, and Lil Tjay show up on the program. More Hip-Hop based content is heading to Snapchat. Following the debuts of shows starring Will Smith Jaden Smith , Swae Lee and Megan Thee Stallion the social media app is set to present Trippie Redds Lifes A Tripp. Trippie will tackle important social issues such as drug addiction, police reform, immigration, mental health, food apartheid, and climate change. For example, episodes will feature a ride-along with Los Angeles Police Department officers and conversations with Skid Row residents. I lived through wildfires, a pandemic, Ive lost a friend to the opioid crisis, and even more to gun violence, says Trippie Redd in the trailer for Lifes A Tripp. We cant afford to look the other way anymore. The 21-year-old recording artist born Michael Lamar White IV later adds, Im on a mission to understand whats wrong with the world and become part of the solution. The LA-filmed series will also spotlight organizations such as Without Shelter