Travis Scott's new album Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight got its physical release today (Nov. 4). One of the fans who purchased the LP went on social media to share Scott's thank you letter from the CD booklet. You can read the entire letter above.

It seems that Scott had some trouble getting a copy of his own album though. The rapper tweeted a humble brag about the difficulty he had when trying to purchase his LP.

"I found out my album was out in stores by walking in a store and seeing a rack with no cds there," Scott wrote. "Does that make sense?"

Scott's next release is G.O.O.D.'s music Cruel Winter compilation. The "Pick Up the Phone" artist recently shared some details about the highly anticipated album during an interview with Hot 97.

“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 is serving as the executive producer of the project. The Houston native told Hot 97 that a lot of songs have been recorded, but there is still plenty of work to do.

“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 will be released in February if everything goes according to Scott's plan. That time frame is just an estimate though. No official release date has been announced.

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