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After recently doing the family thing with Kylie Jenner and daughter Stormi in Honolulu, Scott has assembled a predictably star-stacked team of collaborators in the Aloha State. Just days after Fki 1st informed our dying planet that a sequel was imminent to "Drugs You Should Try It," arguably Scott's finest song to date, we now have a clearer idea of who all has joined La Flame to put what I certainly hope are the finishing touches on the Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight follow-up.
Thanks to an assortment of Instagram Story updates and other social media blips, most reliably cataloged by @RodeoTheAlbum, we can now confirm that Scott has been joined by Gunna, Don Toliver, Sheck Wes, Allen Ritter, NAV, Amir "Cash" Esmailian, Frank Dukes, Sonny Digital, WondaGurl, Wheezy, and—of course—prolific G.O.O.D. craftsman Mike Motherfucking Dean.
Below, enjoy additional proof that AstroWorld is about to turn this shithole of a year around completely:
Speculation of a Thursday night unveiling was put to rest by Scott earlier this month:
In a TMZ report that hilariously misreported that Scott had only just now "started" work on AstroWorld, sources alleged that Scott had put together a recording studio inside the same "massive Airbnb rental" where he was joined by Kylie and Stormi for a few days, but that's not really anyone's business. Scott and company are now said to be in full-on "grind mode," which is widely considered the best mode of all.
All we really want is for AstroWorld to drop as soon as humanly possible so we can finally get more info on that previously teased tour featuring actual amusement park rides.