Trip Lang

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"Trip Lang"
Trip Lang by Shehyee.jpeg
Single by Shehyee
from the album Shehyee
Released26 July 2013
RecordedEarly 2013
Label Viva Records/FlipMusic Records
Songwriter(s) Shehyee
Producer(s) Bojam and Thyro
Shehyee singles chronology
"Fast Forward"
"Trip Lang"
" Inspirasyon "

Trip Lang (English: Just For Fun) is a song by Filipino rapper and songwriter Shehyee from his 2013 eponymous album, and his first released single from the album. The song features Filipina actress and entertainer Sam Pinto singing the hook. It was released on 23 April 2013. The track was on a massive success locally in the Philippines hitting number one on several charts in the country. It was released on all website song in April 2013. [1]


It was nominated as the Best Rap Recording on the 27th Awit Awards. [2]

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  1. "Trip Lang on iTunes".
  2. 27th Awit Awards#Winners and nominees