Travis Scott Debuts “The Hooch” on .Wav Radio
Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight has a new release date:
Travis Scott debuted his new .WAV Radio today, and the very first song he played was a brand new track called "The Hooch" produced by Vinylz with co-production by Allen Ritter, Boi-1da and Mike Dean. Dean played keys on the track and mixed it as well. Hear it above, plus listen to a new version of Usher's "No Limit" featuring Travis below and a remix of Alicia Key's "In Common" with Travis Scott and a wild Kanye West verse.
The song is presumably off Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, his new album that was supposed to drop last Friday (Aug. 5) before taking the Frank Ocean route. We expect Travis to speak on a new relase date at his .WAV party tonight. It's a free event that will also boast a "premiere" of "Pick Up the Phone" (no idea what that means, but perhaps it's a video premiere) and an art installtion by James Turrell, the guy Drake got the inspiration for the "Hotline Bling" video from.
And Birds isn't the only thing Travis has in the chamber. He's already a couple songs deep on another project called Astroworld, which is also the same name of his upcoming tour. Plus, he's teased new collabs with Kanye and Kid Cudi, though there's no telling where those songs will end up. Plus, Trav revealed that Kendrick Lamar, Kid Cudi and Kamaiyah are all featured on BITTSM.
"The Hooch" sounds like a big record, reminiscent of other huge Travis records like "Antidote" and "A-Team." Hear it above and see what you think.
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