Travi$ Scott Hints at August Release For 'Rodeo,' Says 'SWISH' Is "God-Level"

In a new interview with Power 106, Travi$ Scott gives an update on the release of both 'Rodeo' and 'SWISH.'

Not Available Lead
Complex Original

Image via Complex Original

Not Available Lead

Travi$ Scott took a break from dropping pure unadulterated fire to speak with Power 106 about the impending release of his forthcoming debut album Rodeo and the mysterious status of Kanye West's SWISH — a.k.a. the album formerly known as So Help Me God. Though Scott characteristically shies away from specifics during the interview, his words on Rodeo seem to confirm Mike Dean's recent calculation:

When asked about a possible Rodeo release date confirmation, Scott says that the unofficial Yeezus sequel will be out "before August." "Every time I go into the studio," Scott says, "it's some next level, man." Scott also details his work on SWISH, promising an album far beyond expectations:

"Don’t think that you hearing 'All Day' and that’s the vibe of the album. Nah, man. This is some other next level thing he got going. He’s on his producing shit. He’s on his God-level rapping shit. It’s that Kanye everybody wants. It’s some ultimate shit."

Watch the full interview above, wherein Scott also talks about his work on Cruel Summer and much more.


Latest in Music