Travis Scott Previews New Music With Big Sean, Addresses T-Pain Controversy

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Travis Scott basically just pressed play and said, "It's lit!" šŸ”„

Travis Scott brought out all the stops for the return episode of his .WAV Radio show on Apple Music. Hosting alongside his DJ Chase B for the first time in nearly two years, La Flame previewed a PACK of new tunes off their upcoming collaborative album, Escapism.

They started with a pair of songs featuring Big Sean, called "Zen" and "Lithuania." On the hook of "Zen," Sean calmly mutters, "Laid across the couch, I'm Zen the f**k out."

Travis knew the tracks were smooth, saying, "That's the Big Sean everybody love." Facts!

Then, Travis debuted his latest work with Young Thug on "White Tee" and "Mayday," with the latter also including an appearance from Cactus Jack's own Sheck Wes.

He went on to premiere songs with Nav and Wheezy ("Picky"), Don Toliver ("Cafeteria"), YBN Cordae ("The Parables") and Swae Lee ("Scrooge"). Plus, he offered an extended sneak peek of Justin Bieber's viral "Whats Poppin" verse. 

You can run the entire show back right here.

Prior to diving into all of these joints, Travis took a moment to address the viral story that T-Pain told recently about him falling asleep in the middle of their first studio session together.

According to him, he wasn't asleep, only "blasted," or what he calls his "natural state." Laughing, both he and Chase B were sure to let Pain and his fans know "it's all love." 

"So I went to the stu, I think I was playing some joints," he recalled. "I played some of the joints off Astroworld. Like letting him know where I was at and sh*t. I think he started playing some joints.

"At the end of the day, I'm blasted. So, I wasn't sleep in the stu. I don't know if he thought I was asleep. Bro, I was blasted. That's natural state."

Whatever you say, La Flame.