In December, Travis Scott teamed with Saint Laurent for a special compilation put out as a limited vinyl release. The 12-track project, which features songs hand-selected by Travis, is now available to stream on Apple Music, as hosted by Vogue. The playlist features a variety of artists that reflect the rapper's influences. The first track is Big Moe's "Barre Baby," the opening of the late Houston legend's debut album City Of Syrup, one of the most beloved and important projects from Travis' hometown. The H-Town history continues with Fat Pat's "25 Lighters," before moving on to some more recent cuts from Young Thug, 21 Savage and Cardi B. Travis' own "sweet sweet" later appears, before the playlist moves from rap to R&B to electronic, featuring a run that includes Frank Ocean, Toro Y Mois, and James Blake. Two of Travis' heroes Kid Cudi and Kanye West appear via deep cuts from Man On The Moon and 808s & Heartbreak, before things close out with Travis' guest spot on SmokePurpp's "Fingers Blue."

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Listen to the playlist below.

Travis recently teamed up with Quavo to release the long-awaited collaborative project Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. His solo album Astroworld, is expected to be released later this year. 

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Ugly God, a fellow Houston native, recently thanked Travis for representing his city. "2018 I'm worried about me and my city," he wrote on Instagram. "We need more Houston artists. I just want to thank Travis for holding these n****s by the neck. Now I'm about to tackle them by the ankles."