Travis Scott was always too big to fail. By creeping into the orbits of two of rap’s biggest stars, the Texan made sure that he’d have the assets necessary to make a splash on his debut. “3500” doesn’t disappoint. To start, it’s nearly eight minutes long; it also has that phenomenal staccato hook from Future, and 2 Chainz doing backstrokes in the bathtub and paying tribute to Cam’ron. It’s all anchored by Metro’s villain’s theme, one that he cooked up with the help of the legendary Mike Dean.