Travis Scott “Part Time,” “Zoom” and “Houdini”: New Songs Drop Right After ‘Astroworld’ Album Debut
It's been a mere 12 hours since Travis Scott dropped off his third studio album Astroworld, and it looks like he's not done yet. La Flame returned to his .Wav Radio show powered by Beats 1 today (Aug. 3) and shared three new songs not a part of the album.
On Friday morning, TravisZ teased the airing of the two-hour episode via Twitter. ".wav radio in a couple me and @ogchaseb back rocking," he shared with his nearly 4 million followers. Shortly after, his tweet went viral as fans poured in thousands of comments.
Later on, Scott intermittently unleashed a trio of new songs including an exclusive solo effort titled "Part Time," "Zoom" featuring Gunna, and Playboi Carti-assisted "Houdini." La Flame also premiered a track titled "Death Row" from Cactus Jack's newest signee Ashton Travis.
Hosted by Travis and his DJ Chase B, the episode featured music from his new project as well as a selection of personal favorites from the rapper including Wiz Khalifa's "Very Special" and Gunna's "Helluva Price." The first hour also included a bit of insight from Travis on the album's recording process as well as an apology to fans for delaying its release after initially announcing it would arrive in 2016.
.Wav Radio was first broadcasted in August 2016 with special guest Seth Rogen. Travis' sophomore album Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight later premiered on the show. It has since been on a hiatus.
Stream the return of .Wav here via Apple Music and check out Travis Scott's new songs below.
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