Last year, Quantum PFS announced an exclusive global licensing deal with Trippie Redd. Snapchat also partnered with the “Dark Knight Dummo” performer for the Life’s A Tripp docuseries.
It appears Trippie Redd recently inked another big deal. The Ohio-raised rapper announced a new contract with 10K Projects founder Elliot Grainge.
“Just signed to @elliot for 30 million. 🤍 Now it’s time to start [dropping A Love Letter to You 5] songs,” wrote Trippie Redd on Instagram. According to the 22-year-old Midwesterner, the agreement with Grainge does not include touring, merchandise, or sponsorships.
Trippie Redd released A Love Letter to You in 2017. The most recent installment in the series, A Love Letter to You 4, came out in 2019. That commercial mixtape debuted atop the Billboard 200 with 104,000 first-week units, giving Trippie his first #1 on the chart.
Last August, Trippie Redd scored his sixth consecutive Top 5 entry on the Billboard 200. 2021’s Trip at Knight opened at #2 by collecting 81,000 equivalent album units in its first seven days.
In addition, Trippie informed his Instagram followers that he is reportedly pulling in $250,000 to $400,000 per live show. His “Trip At Knight Tour” kicked off in 2021 and continues through July in Oslo, Norway.
Elliot Grainge, son of Universal Music Group CEO/Chairman Lucian Grainge, founded 10K Projects in 2016. The record label is also home to Iann Dior, Internet Money, Lil Boom, and other acts.