Though so, the ‘SICKO MODE’ hitmaker has yet to officially announce when fans can expect to hear his long-awaited follow-up to his 2018 album ‘Astroworld’.
AceShowbiz –Travis Scott (II) is treating his fans to a preview of his upcoming new music. The “Astroworld” artist has released a snippet of his upcoming collaborations with Kid Cudi, Future, Lil Uzi Vert and Pharrell Williams.
During the first night of his “Road To Utopia” experience at Zouk Las Vegas, the 31-year-old rap star previewed a number of unreleased collaborations. One of the tracks was a collaboration with Kid Cudi, “Out of My Mind”, which was first teased two years ago.
Fans in the crowd for the residency-launching show, which kicked off on Saturday night, September 17, were also treated to previews of unreleased Travis songs featuring appearances by Lil Uzi Vert, Future and Pharrell.
Also on Saturday, Travis turned to his Instagram page to share a black-and-white photo of him posing alongside Pharrell. As for Pharrell, he also shared a series of pictures of the two. “Down in Atlanta @travisscott,” so the “Happy” hitmaker captioned the post.
One week earlier, Travis and Pharrell sent the Internet into a frenzy as a snippet of their upcoming collaboration surfaced on social media ahead of the “SICKO MODE” hitmaker’s long-awaited album “Utopia” release.
On September 14, a video surfacing online saw a bunch of partygoers dancing to what appeared to be Travis and Pharrell’s new collaboration. Though the lyrics were not clear due to the crowd’s screams, the song’s groove was incredibly catchy.
Travis has yet to officially announce when fans can expect to hear his long-awaited follow-up to 2018’s “Astroworld”. However, a new photo of the Cactus Jack artist kicking it in the studio with his past collaborator gave hints about what kind of sounds fans will be hearing on “Utopia”.
Late last month, Travis was spotted hanging out in a studio with Pharrell. In the image, which first emerged on August 27, both La Flame and Skateboard P could be seen rocking ear-to-ear smiles near an electronic keyboard.
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