Fri. Jun 21st, 2024
Travis Scott

The highly anticipated fourth album of Scott, titled “The Weekend,” was released before the prominent solo “K-pop” with Bad Bunny.

The fourth studio album by Travis Scott, “Utopia,” was eventually made available on Friday, July 28 via Cactus Jack and Epic Records.

Five years have passed since the release of “Astroworld,” his last studio album, which contained the unique Billboard Hot 100 number 1 and debuted at number one on the Billboard 200 chart. single “Sicko Mode” with Drake, not only becoming Scott’s first number one hit but also earning him a RIAA diamond-certified single two years after its release. “Astroworld” was also nominated for Best Rap Album at the 2019 Grammy Awards.

Before “Utopia,” he released the lead single “Ke-Pop” with The Weeknd and Bad Bunny. Originally, Scott was set to perform the new album in the pyramids of Giza in Egypt on Friday, but according to a statement from Live Nation Middle East, The unique live-streamed concert was postponed because to “complicated production issues.”

Houston rapper’s LP is being released along with his new film “Circus Maximus.” According to AMC, produced by A24 and written and directed by Scott, this film “will take their audience on an odyssey on scenes that will blow their minds around the world, woven together by the fast-paced voice of his highly anticipated upcoming album ‘Utopia,’ on speakers with a pvoice that is strong. On July 27, July 30, and August 1-2, this movie will be shown in a few AMC cinemas.

He also released one-by-one the covers of the five Utopia albums on his Instagram until the release date on Friday, taken by Peter Hugo and Christina Nagel.

Travis Scott Drops ‘Utopia’ New Album: Stream It Now

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