Get ready to turn up, fam! Travis Scott is about to drop some fire with a new track featuring The Weeknd and Bad Bunny. He teased this juicy collab on Instagram, and it's got us all hyped.
The track is apparently called Lollipop - no, not a sweet treat, but potentially a sweet beat. Scott posted the cover art, which shows a single red lollipop, and captioned it with three lollipop emojis. He also left a cryptic message, "Flame Abe Benito," and revealed that the world could vibe to it from Thursday night (July 20). Travis Scott, the genius behind Pick Up the Phone, is in full grind mode, preparing to release Utopia, his first studio album in nearly half a decade, on July 28. This project is the much-anticipated follow-up to Astroworld, Scott’s third studio album, which sat pretty atop the Billboard 200 and gave us chart-busting hits like Sicko Mode (No. 1), Stargazing (No. 8), and Carousel (No. 24).
To make things even more lit, Scott announced a livestream event last week to celebrate the album's release. This ain't your regular party though - he's throwing it down at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. However, there was a bit of drama when reports surfaced that Egyptian government officials had canceled the event due to safety concerns from The Egyptian Syndicate of Musical Professions. But Live Nation quickly squashed those rumors. They confirmed that the livestream event is still on track. “There have been no changes to Travis Scott’s show in Egypt; any reports to the contrary are false. We can’t wait to celebrate Utopia with you in Egypt,” they told Billboard.
Now let's not forget, Scott isn't just a one-hit wonder. This is the mastermind who gave us Pick Up the Phone. And now, he’s been grinding away in the studio, gearing up for the release of Utopia, his first full-length album in almost five years, set to drop on July 28. So, get your speakers ready, mark your calendar, and prepare to be blown away by the vibes from Utopia. And while you wait, keep your ears peeled for Lollipop. It's time to ride the hype train, y'all!