Paris & Trippie Redd Team Up for “GONE”

Paris & Trippie Redd Team Up for “GONE

+ New Music Video “Bones

+ Touring with Post Malone

+ One Night In Paris EP Out 4/25

Genre-defying artist, Paris is back with his new single, “Gone ft. Trippie Redd.” Newcomer, Trippie Redd is one of hip-hop’s most unique and melodic voices. “Gone” along with “Po’ed Up” featuring rap phenomenon, Gunna will appear on Paris’ upcoming project, One Night In Paris due out next Wednesday, April 25th. Paris will also join Post Malone and 21 Savage on tour starting April 26th in Portland, OR.

 

The collaboration between Paris and Trippie is a beautiful blend of harmonic melodies and vulnerable lyrics. “Gone” is bound to have listeners pondering about broken relationships and bottled sadness.

In addition to “Gone ft. Trippie Redd,” Paris also dropped the video to his last release “Bones.” The peculiarity of the dark visuals definitely leave the audience curious and wondering what Paris would do next. Named after The Cure’s album Paris, the California native continues to fearlessly express himself and consistently incorporate elements of rap and rock within his sound.

Learn more about Paris’ career as a firefighter and musical taste during his No Jumper interview. Take a listen to “Gone ft. Trippie Redd” and keep a lookout for Paris’ upcoming project, One Night in Paris, coming out next Wednesday, April 25th.
Listen to “Gone Ft. Trippie Redd”:

https://soundcloud.com/prodbyparis/gone-ft-trippie-redd

Watch “Bones” Music Video:
https://youtu.be/lLFYp9keY9Q

Paris: Instagram | Twitter | Soundcloud | YouTube>Post Malone + 21 Savage Tour Dates

April 26—Portland, Ore.—Veterans Memorial Coliseum

April 27—Vancouver, B.C.—Rogers Arena

April 29—Seattle, Wash.—ShoWare Center

May 1—Salt Lake City, Utah—USANA Amphitheatre

May 2—Denver, Colo.—Red Rocks Amphitheatre

May 4—Sioux City, Iowa—Battery Park at Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Sioux City

May 8—Nashville, Tenn.—Nashville Municipal Auditorium

May 9—Simpsonville, S.C.—Heritage Park Amphitheatre

May 10—Jacksonville, Fla.—Daily’s Place

May 16—Charlotte, N.C.—PNC Music Pavilion

May 18—Raleigh, N.C.—Coastal Credit Union Music Park

May 19—Baltimore, Md.—Preakness

May 23—Philadelphia, Pa.—Festival Pier at Penn’s Landing

May 24—Boston, Mass.—Xfinity Center

May 26—Darien, N.Y.—Darien Lake Amphitheater

May 27—Toronto, On—RBC Echo Beach

May 29—Detroit, Mich—Michigan Lottery Amphitheatre at Freedom Hill

June 2—Cleveland, Ohop—Jacobs Pavilion at Nautica

June 5—Chicago, Ill.—Huntington Bank Pavilion

June 6—Indianapolis, Ind.—Indiana Farm Bureau Insurance Lawn

June 10—Atlanta, Ga.—Cellairis Amphitheatre at Lakewood

June 14—Dallas, Texas—The Pavilion at Toyota Music Factory

June 15—Houston, Texas—The Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion presented by Huntsman

June 16—Austin, Texas—Austin360 Amphitheater

June 19—Phoenix, Ariz.—Rawhide Event Center

June 21—San Diego, Calif.—Cal Coast Credit Union Open Air Theatre at SDSU

June 22—Las Vegas, Nev.—Park Theater at Park MGM

June 24—San Francisco, Calif.—Shoreline Amphitheatre

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