Alison Wonderland & Trippie Redd Link Up For "High" Video

Part live-action, part animation.

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Alison Wonderland recruits crooner-rapper Trippie Redd on her “High” video. The visual finds Trippie and Alison lying side-by-side in a field of colorful flowers. The two-minute long video is also part live-action and part animation. The track is a dreamy, experimental electronic jam about smoking and dreaming.

Watch the music video above.

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