Travis Scott Previews 2 New Songs With Quavo and They Sound Incredible
Travis Scott played clips of a couple upcoming songs he recorded with Quavo, and they sound pretty great.
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The anticipation for Travis Scott's upcoming project with Migos' Quavo is growing by the day. After dropping the music video for "Goosebumps" on Apple Music, Scott joined Zane Lowe on Beats 1 radio to tease some new songs made by the two of them.
It should go without saying, but the clips we got to hear so far sound like absolute fire:
Quavo and Scott are frequent collaborators at this point, and they've been on quite the run together in 2017. The duo teamed up with Lil Uzi Vert to help provide part of the soundtrack to the upcoming Fate of the Furious movie, and expectations grew even higher after they teamed up on "Portland," one of the standout tracks on Drake's More Life.
While he was in the studio with Lowe, Scott made sort of a major reveal: he referred to the collaboration with Quavo as, "the Travis and Quavo album," so we should be getting a full-scale release from the duo sometime in the near future. You can listen to him talk about that and more in the full interview:
Scott just keeps adding more to his plate for 2017. He already promised fans he's going to focus more on production work this year, and he has plans to release his third solo album, Astroworld, this year as well.
It wouldn't be the first time a rapper overpromised to drive up hype for the music, but the Houston native appears to be on track for a huge year. If the brief snippets we got to hear are any indication, this project is going to deliver in a big way.