Tinashe Feat. Travis Scott
Tinashe's sophomore album, JOYRIDE, has suffered some delays, and while it's been without a release date for some time, the release of the sunny Dream and Tricky Stewart-assisted "Superlove" suggested it could arrive soon.
Travis Scott Feat. PartyNextDoor & Quentin Miller
Travis Scott already shared one Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight outtake, "RaRa" feat. Lil Uzi Vert. Now, another has found its way onto the digital streets: "Hot Sauce" feat. PartyNextDoor & Quentin Miller (!)
Travis Scott Feat. Lil Uzi Vert
Travis Scott just dropped his second studio album, Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, and while the project is packed with guest appearances (Andre 3000, Kendrick Lamar, 21 Savage, and Kid Cudi to name a few), one major collab didn't make the cut. Travis promised that "RaRa," his track with Lil Uzi Vert, would be released for free outside of the album, and it's now here. The song is everything you'd expect from the two energetic rappers, combining their love of auto-tune and heavily synthesized trap for a memorable collab.
Ty Dolla $ign Feat. Travis Scott
Ty Dolla Sign continues to roll out new music ahead of his forthcoming Campaign album, which drops later this month on September 23.
Gucci Mane Feat. Travis Scott
Well here it is. After teasing fans last week with a preview of an upcoming Travis Scott collab, Gucci Mane decides to come through tonight and liberate the entire song, which we know now is called “Last Time,” and it's fire.
Young Thug Feat. Gucci Mane, Travis Scott & Gunna
Young Thug dropped off his highly anticipated mixtape-slash-album JEFFERY at Midnight. The album's cover art was revealed shortly before, and you know it stirred up some feelings. This is familiar territory for Thugger, you'll recall his Barter 6 cover caused controversy as well, although it's not quite as risky as Thugger wearing a blue, frilly skirt.
No Limit (G-Mix)
Usher Feat. Master P, Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Gucci Mane & A$AP Ferg
Well here’s an unexpected treat to kick start the weekend. Out of nowhere, Usher decides to liberate the new G-mix to his smash hit “No Limit” featuring Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, A$AP Ferg, Gucci Mane, and even Master P, who as you know inspired the song. The original record, which featured Young Thug, is expected to see life on Usher’s forthcoming album Flawed, which is dropping this Fall. Take a listen this monster new remix and let us know who laid down the best verse?
At this exact moment, if you tune into Apple Music Beats 1 you'll hear Travis Scott and his DJ Chase B speaking with Young Thug about his highly anticipated project JEFFERY. The project's been delayed, but today we were blessed with a new leak, "Elton," featuring Wyclef.
The Hooch (Explicit/CDQ)
As much of Travis Scott's music is warrant to do (unfortunately), his new single "The Hooch" leaked four days ago, after the rapper debuted the song on his .WAV Beats 1 radio show. The radio rip, which was also clean, has since been wiped clean of the e-streets, but luckily Apple has released the official (and explicit!) song stream.
No Limit (Remix)
Usher Feat. Travis Scott
Travis Scott just wrapped up the first episode of "WAV" radio.
In Common (Remix)
Alicia Keys Feat. Kanye West & Travis Scott
"Birds SZN" officially kicked off today with the debut of Travis Scott's new Beats 1 Radios show ".WAV." The biggest news was the premiere of a new Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight track called "The Hooch." But Scott wasn't done there.
Travis Scott is beginning the rollout of Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight today on the inaugural episode of his Apple Beats 1 radio show ".WAV.", which is underway as we speak. His special guest is Seth Rogen, who is promoting his new movie "Sausage Party."
CA$HPASSION Feat. Tre Capital
CA$HPASSION is a new artist out of California, but he’s been around for a while. A longtime engineer for Travi$ Scott, he's taking everything he's learned and stepping out on his own as an artist. “Hard Earned” chronicles his come up and all the time spent behind the scenes learning and grinding.
Juicy J Feat. Travis Scott
Two kindred spirits in the art of getting lit, one old and one young, have teamed up once again. Here's Juicy J's new single, "No English," featuring Travis Scott.
Champions (Round & Round)
Kanye West Feat. Desiigner, Travis Scott, Big Sean, Gucci Mane, Yo Gotti, 2 Chainz & Quavo
Yup, it's finally happening. Four years after the release of the first G.O.O.D. Music compilation album, Cruel Summer, and at least three years after talk/rumors/confusion of a Cruel Winter album initially began, the G.O.O.D. camp is finally gearing up to release the highly anticipated Cruel Summer follow-up.
Pick Up The Phone
Travis Scott Feat. Young Thug & Quavo
As if this Friday wasn’t already lit with a ton of new music, Travis Scott decided to join in on the fun and release his highly anticipated new record with Young Thug & Quavo called “Pick Up The Phone,” which he’s been debuting in various clubs over the past couple months.
Uber Everywhere (Official)
After a number of leaks and complaints about said leaks from Travi$ Scott, we now have the official (and officially released) version of “Uber Everywhere.” La Flame also shared official artwork for the single via Instagram, which shows the Houston rapper and producer walking through a large, grassy field. No Ubers there, apparently.
Uber Everywhere (Remix)
Travi$ Scott's remix of Madeintyo's "Uber Everywhere" has leaked, and Scott is not happy about it. As punishment, he decided to not to release the four new songs he was planning to drop on Thursday. Which is unfortunate, but at least we can now bump the "Uber Everywhere" remix in all its glory.
Back in November, there were rumors on rumors on rumors about Rihanna and Travis Scott. There were not only the dating rumors, but music-related rumors. Of the latter assortment, one claimed that Travis and RiRi were working on a song together called "Tourist" for Rihanna's ANTI album. Well, ANTI finally arrived much to the delight of the Rihnavy, and there is no "Tourist."
Miguel Feat. Travis Scott
Miguel surprises fans this morning with a dope remix to "Waves" off his recent album Wildheart. This, coincidentally, comes on the heels of Kanye West's album name switch (also Waves), which seems to have irritated a few artists who feel Ye is adopting (or taking) a movement that doesn't belong to him. How do you feel about that?