"Coming soon." That's the projected release date for Travis Scott's highly-anticipated 2017 projects, Astroworld and his untitled collaborative project with Quavo. Before an actual date is set on the two releases, La Flame assured fans at a recent concert that an arrival is imminent for one of the projects.
Earlier this month, Scott performed at the Eagles Ballroom in Wisconsin, where he performed a freestyle and teased that one of the two releases would be "coming soon." The remaining question thereafter becomes: which one?
"Which one? I don't know. Which one? I don't know. Album coming soon," he rapped. "I've been up late working on some tunes. Album coming soon." Of course, this is just one of many similar updates from Travis about the highly-anticipated albums.
In a recent interview with GQ, Travis discussed his Quavo joint album without giving clear details besides the fact that it would be a "surprise."
"The Quavo album is coming soon. I'm dropping new music soon. You know how I do it though: I like surprises," he said. New music arrived last week, when Trav dropped three bangers: "A Man," the Playboi Carti-featured "Green And Purple," and "Butterfly Effect," which altogether have potential to run summer '17.
For now, the wait is on for La Flame's approaching season takeover. As the hype builds for his Quavo joint album, #pressplay on this quick warm-up mix we put together, here.