Travis Scott Gives Update On "AstroWorld" & Quavo Collab
Sounds like The Flame is officially in mode album.
Travis Scott used his music platform to update fans on the status of his upcoming projects during a recent concert. Between songs, the H-Town rapper told fans of his solo album, AstroWorld, and the collaborative project with Migos' Quavo were in the way.
"I think that this might be the last club I'ma do it till my album out and shit," he told the crowd. "I'm going to go far away, in hiding, as a couple of weeks to couple of months. Me and Quavo album 'bout to drop very soon. AstroWorld 'bout to fall very soon."
trav talk about their albums dropping very soon!!! 🔥🔥 pic.twitter.com/SX68BiDQD4
— JACQUES MESCUDI🎪 (@cudderINthetrap) August 11, 2017
AstroWorld will serve as the follow-up to Scott's acclaimed album, Birds In The Trap of Singing McKnight, who fell into the 2016.
The Flame and Quavo recently appeared on the Major Lazer track, "I Know of No Better, but Scott has been teasing of a project with the Migos rapper from the month of March. Finally confirmed that it was officially going on two months later.
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