As he prepares for the heavily anticipated follow-up to AstroworldTravis Scott has dropped off “Escape Plan” and “Mafia,” which features some vocals from J. Cole.

Before releasing the tracks, Travis took to his Instagram to make the announcement of their imminent drop by sharing tabloid-style cover art.

Travis has been relatively quiet on the music front when it comes to solo songs as he continues to build out his expansive Cactus Jack empire. The rapper recently appeared on Young Thug’s album Punk, as well as Don Toliver’s Life of a Don and Drake’s Certified Lover Boy, among a few other notable projects.

The new music also comes on the eve of Trav’s annual Astroworld Festival in Houston which is set to feature performances from 21 Savage, Lil Baby, SZA, Bad Bunny, Chief Keef, Young Thug, Tame Impala, Don Toliver, and more.

Ahead of the festivities, Travis recently unveiled a new basketball court and community garden in Houston.

The garden is located at Young Elementary School in the Sunnyside community. Trav wanted to make the garden because he was inspired by his grandmothers growing up.

You can listen to Travis Scott’s latest tracks down below.