Travis Scott confirms deal with Apple Music

  /  07.19.2016

He may not be into “Apple Pie,” like the closing track to Rodeo suggests, but Travis Scott is totally down with Apple Music.

After posting a photo with Larry Jackson, Apple Music’s head of content, with the caption “DONE DEAL,” the “Pick Up the Phone” rapper phoned into DJ Whoo Kid’s Shade 45 radio show to confirm the deal.

“I just did my partnership with Apple Music,” he told DJ Whoo Kid. “Larry [Jackson]’s f—king amazing. That dude, he believes. He’s always talked to me when I was like beginning off. He always gave me that advice. You know, just to figure out where I’m going. So, I’m glad he’s down to take this trip with the kid and with this album; it’s super good.” La Flame is now the latest addition to the A-list roster, which also features Drake, Future, DJ Khaled and Pharrell.

That album Scott mentions is the brilliantly titled (and long-awaited) Birds In the Trap Sing McKnight, which he previously mentioned would arrive “sooner than you mother—kers can take a sh*t tonight.” No release date has been set for La Flame’s new LP, but he did mention a short film will accompany the film, much like Rodeo was paired with his toy doll, along with a feature from rising sensation Kamaiyah.

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