Travis Scott Confirms That "Utopia" Is "On The Way"

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2023 Cactus Jack Foundation HBCU Celebrity Softball Classic
Travis Scott is seen during the 2023 Cactus Jack Foundation HBCU Celebrity Softball Classic at Minute Maid Park on February 16, 2023 in Houston, Texas. (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)
Travis gave his fans an update on the album at his celebrity softball game.

Travis Scott should be here any second now. Since the fall of 2020, the Houston icon has been teasing his fourth official studio album Utopia. Although he has provided continuous updates regarding it, very little music has materialized. But, you could likely attribute part of that to Fall 2021's Astroworld catastrophe. While he was just beginning to rev up his album rollout, the disaster happened. At his annual Astroworld festival in Nov. 2021, 10 people in the crowd died because of how crammed and rowdy it was. The night before that, though, Scott had put out his first two promotional singles for the album. "Escape Plan" and "Mafia" were meant to get fans hyped for the impending album. Instead, that is the last we've heard of Travis in the form of a solo release since.

However, in 2022, he did take on some duties as a feature artist. Whether it be Southside's "Hold That Heat," NAV's "Never Sleep" or Pharrell William's "Down In Atlanta," Travis Scott was busy all year. Additionally, he gave four guest verses for Metro Boomin's December album Heroes & Villains. It seems he used 2022 as a nice way to revamp his career. Fans are now hoping this indicates Utopia will arrive soon. And, this week, he added fuel to the Utopia fire once more.

Travis Scott's Promise

On Thursday (Feb. 16), Travis Scott hosted the 2023 Cactus Jack Foundation HBCU Celebrity Softball Classic at Minute Maid Park in his hometown of Houston, TX. Travis had many celebrities and H-town legends join him for this event to fill the rosters. Alongside Metro Boomin, basketball stars like Tracy McGrady and Steve Francis and football stars like Andre Johnson, Vince Young, and Adrian Peterson all participated. In one moment of the game, Travis hit a running round ball that almost saw him record a single. But, he was thrown out in the nick of time.

But, the real story of the day came after the game. While signing autographs for fans and Houstonians, Travis was badgered about Utopia. When fans continued asking him when the LP would come, he gave them an inspiring answer. "That motherf**ker on the way," Scott proclaimed. The video posted showed Travis eagerly shouting this, which means he could be excited about a soon-to-come rollout. Although he recently broke it off with his baby momma Kylie Jenner for good, Travis Scott seems to be in good spirits during a year that could be huge for his career.

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