Travis Scott has been making headlines for speculation surrounding his upcoming Astroworld release, as well as his relationship with Kylie Jenner and the birth of their first child. It appears as though, on top of parenting his daughter and hopping in the studio to work on new music, Travis has been making some executive decisions surrounding his career. Variety has reported that La Flame will be seeking new management in the very near future, as he has officially split with Three Six Zero representation and his manager Mark Gillespie, who also represents Frank Ocean and Calvin Harris

Travis' exit from Three Six Zero appears to be a friendly split and Travis has possibly already set up a replacement for his former representation team. In fact, he is still working with his longtime manager, David Stromberg, despite the split with Gillespie. The Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight rapper has not yet commented on the situation and neither has Gillespie. If you're looking to get into the music business as a manager, now might be a good time to slide in Cactus Jack's DM's. 

The Houston rapper is presently working on Astroworld, which is assumed to be dropping later this year. While new representation will likely not have an effect on the release of the LP, it could possibly delay or speed up the album rollout, depending on the effectiveness of the new team. Read more here.