Ranking Travis Scott’s Projects From Worst to Best

From ‘Owl Pharoah’ to ‘ASTROWORLD,’ Travis Scott has put together a stacked discography. Here are all of his projects, ranked.

Ranking Travis Scott's projects from worst to best
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Ranking Travis Scott's projects from worst to best

Releasing a new project each year since 2013, Travis Scott has built a near-bulletproof discography, earning him a place among the most popular rappers on the planet. Now that he has a half-dozen projects to his name, and as the five-year anniversary of Days Before Rodeo approaches, we took the opportunity to rank all of his releases.

As we revisited each project and compared them to one another, we were struck by how consistent Travis has been since releasing Owl Pharaoh back in 2013. The commercial success and overall scale increased with each project, but the quality of the music has always been remarkably high. Travis’ consistency makes the task of ranking his albums and mixtapes a difficult undertaking, but that’s what we do best at Complex (feel free to argue in the comments). Here are Travis Scott’s projects, ranked from worst to best.

6. ‘Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho’ (2017)

Travis Scott 'Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho' cover artwork

5. ‘Owl Pharaoh’ (2013)

Travis Scott's 'Owl Pharaoh'

4. ‘Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight’ (2016)

Birds in the Trap McKnight Big

3. ‘Rodeo’ (2015)

Travis Scott's 'Rodeo' cover

2. ‘ASTROWORLD’ (2018)

astroworld artwork

1. ‘Days Before Rodeo’ (2014)

Travis Scott's 'Days Before Rodeo'

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