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A new (or at least unheard) Travis Scott song has surfaced, and it features what may very well go down as one of the catchiest choruses of 2018.
The tentatively titled "Too Many Chances" sees Scott lamenting "alcohol and all these dancers" over some seriously crisp production. A SoundCloud link to the song, the current version of which is missing at least one verse, was shared on Reddit and KanyeToThe over the weekend.
Word of the track arrives on the heels of Kylie Jenner and Scott's baby announcement. "My beautiful and healthy baby girl arrived February 1st and I just couldn't wait to share this blessing," Jenner said in a statement. "I've never felt love and happiness like this. I could burst!" Jenner also shared an 11-minute video documenting the past nine months, directed by Tyler Ross a.k.a. White Trash Tyler:
Scott is expected to release his new album AstroWorld at some point this year. The album, his first solo release since 2016's Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight, will—if Scott's previous words hold true—be celebrated with a tour that includes amusement park rides. In December, Scott finally came through with the long-awaited Quavo collab project Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. Fittingly, the album was blessed with cover art from noted Hunter S. Thompson collaborator Ralph Steadman.
Hopefully Scott already has Steadman working on the AstroWorld cover art.
Next for Scott is an appearance on Black Panther: The Album alongside album curator Kendrick Lamar. Their collab "Big Shot" joins tracks by Vince Staples, Jorja Smith, Jay Rock, Mozzy, and more. A digital release is slated for Feb. 9, followed by a physical drop one week later.