The hold up is almost finished as Travis Scott has declared Astroworld will, at last, arrive Friday, August 3rd.
The Cactus Jack honcho confirmed his third studio album is being released at the end of the week with gigantic gold Travis Scott heads; one showed up on the highest point of Amoeba Music in the Los Angeles region, while at the same time another flew up outside of Minute Maid Park, home of the Houston Astros.
On Monday, another gold head arrived, this time on the Hard Rock Cafe in Manhattan.
another Travis Scott head spotted on top of the Hard Rock Cafe in Times Square 🗽 pic.twitter.com/Okq5GyNvGO
— Rodeo 🎪 (@RodeoTheAlbum) July 30, 2018
Not long ago, Travis gathered together a notable supergroup of producers and artists to help complete Astroworld, including Gunna, Sheck Wes, NAV, Wheezy, Sonny Digital, and Fki first, the last of which prodded a fan-satisfying spin-off of the exemplary Days Before Rodeo cut “Drugs You Should Try It.”
Mike Dean additionally gave fans see that the task was finished with a photograph of a hard drive subtitled, just, “Got it.”
This happened around the same time Travis tweeted the beneath:
HAPPPIEST FUCKING KID EVER. LETS FUCKING GETTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTTT IT. !!!!!!!!
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) July 12, 2018
In the new trailer above encouraging fans to have their “season passes prepared,” Scott affirmed the Aug. 3 drop date and skilled fans with a selection of “Stargazing,” a formerly unreleased track La Flame performed at Rolling Loud back in May.
FUCKING READY TO LOOSE MY SHIT IN A COUPLE DAYS. LEGIT BLOWING ANY AND EVERY SPEAKER I CAN FIND !!!!!! KIDS LETS FUCKING EAT.
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) July 30, 2018
Back in September 2017, Scott cited his real-life inspirations for the album’s title and says he plans to bring an actual amusement park to cities when he tours. point by point the genuine motivation behind the collection’s name and his intends to expedite a full event congregation experience to fans when he takes these new tunes out and about. “I don’t know why it hasn’t been done already—I think people just don’t do shit,” he told Rolling Stone. “Who makes stages these days that are cool?”
Here’s to trusting the consequences of Tame Impala’s ongoing 30-minute studio session with Scott are incorporated on the last Astroworld tracklist, which we currently know for beyond any doubt will incorporate a fly in from the beforehand said Sheck Wes. Until then keep a sharp eye on .wav radio for any surprises. Look at his interview with Zane Lowe below: