Travis Scott just earned his first #1 album with Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, but he's already thinking about the follow-up. Travis announced Astroworld would follow Birds earlier this year, and he's now supplied an update on the project, assuring fans it will arrive in 2017.
Birds went #1— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 31, 2016
Thank you to fans
Travis also revealed that he'll be "producing more" on the upcoming project. While he was known for his production as much as his vocals when he released Owl Pharaoh in 2013, he's been enlisting others for beats on his more recent material, so fans of his early work will be excited to hear he's getting back behind the boards.
This year I'm making more beats— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 31, 2016
Also shared in the string of tweets was the promise of a tour. Scott performed in Montreal last night, disappointing fans with a 20-minute performance that he suggests was due to a misunderstanding with promoters.
Montreal that was amazing— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 31, 2016
Sorry my set was short that's all I was asked. Didn't know this was a show. We were told it was a club.
However, it seems he'll be revisiting the city on tour soon enough.
Will be back soon. Love— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 31, 2016