Travis Scott Says ‘Astroworld’ LP Will Drop in 2017
Travi$ Scott has big plans for 2017. Plans that include stepping up his production output, going on a tour and dropping his third solo album Astroworld.
The G.O.O.D Music rapper revealed the news in a couple of tweets. Taking to the social media site, he posted, "This year I'm making more beats," referring to 2017.
Then he added, "Birds went #1 Very proud Tour soon Thank you to fans Astroworld 2017."
Scott first announced Astroworld during a concert back in May, as the follow up to his latest LP, Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight.
If things are still going as planned, Trav and the G.O.O.D. Music team will be dropping their compilation album Cruel Winter in the first quarter. Back in September, the Rodeo rapper revealed that he will be executive producing the project. “I’m putting the press on everybody. I’m saying [it will drop in] February,” he said.
“I would say we have a lot of songs done. How many songs I’ll pick? I’ll only say like a handful,” he added. “We have a lot of songs done, but we just gotta sit down and lock in all the way.”
Kanye West's hospitalization might have put a dent in those plans. But then again, maybe not. West has reportedly hit he ground running since coming home from the hospital, and has been recording new music on a regular basis as he fully recovers.
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