Travis Scott has some new music on the way. The "Antidote" rapper went on Snapchat to give fans a little preview of what he's been working on lately. You can listen to the snippet in the above video, which was captured by a Twitter fan page for Scott.

If Scott drops this new music before the end of 2016, he will add to what has already been a successful year. The "Wonderful" artist scored his first No. 1 album in Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight. His hit single "Pick Up the Phone" and 2015 album Rodeo were also certified gold by the RIAA.

In addition to Scott's solo work, the rapper is serving as the executive producer of G.O.O.D. Music's Cruel Winter compilation. During a recent interview, Scott told Hot 97 that the label's entire roster would be contributing to the LP.

"Every G.O.O.D. Music artist is involved," he said. "It’s amazing. And we got our illest friends. It’s gonna be one of the illest projects. One thing I can say about this project is it’ll be very youthful. Straight to the point. It’s just the best album."

Scott said the recording process was already under way, but there is much more work to be done.

"I would say we have a lot of songs done," he said. "How many songs I’ll pick? I’ll only say like a handful. We have a lot of songs done, but we just gotta sit down and lock in all the way.”

Cruel Winter is scheduled to drop in February 2017, according to Scott. The Texas native claimed he was "putting the press on everybody" in order to fulfill that release date.

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