Travis Thompson Drops ‘Reckless Endangerment’ Album

With appearances by Macklemore, Reason, Sir Mix-A-Lot, A-Trak, and more.

Travis Thompson 'Reckless Endangerment'

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Travis Thompson 'Reckless Endangerment'

Travis Thompson has rolled out Reckless Endangerment, his first studio album under Epic Records.

The Seattle rapper confirmed the release last month, sharing the project’s title, cover art, and the “God’s Favorite” single. Thompson said the album—the follow-up to his Runaways EP—was inspired by his life journey and the risks he has taken in the pursuit of fulfillment.

Reckless Endangerment is a misdemeanor. It’s living wrongfully. It’s a charge you get when you’re acting so recklessly you could get the people around you hurt,” he explained in a press release. “That’s kind of what my life is and what all of the homies’ lives are … To us, Reckless Endangerment is knowing better, but still choosing not to do better, yet never alone. It’s finding a substantial risk, and saying, ‘Fuck it’. Whether that’s right or wrong is up to you to decide.”

Reckless Endangerment delivers 15 tracks, including the previously released single "Malice." The project also boasts contributions from Macklemore, Reason, Sir Mix-A-Lot, A-Trak, and more. You can listen to the album now all major platforms.

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