The snippet only furthers anticipation for "Astroworld."
One of the most anticipated albums of the year remains Travis Scott's Astroworld. Named after a defunct Six Flags amusement park in his hometown of Houston, Travis announced the project's name years ago and fans have been waiting ever since. We have not received many hints regarding the project other than some rumored features. With a Yung Bans collaborative snippet emerging just a few days ago, the excitement has risen yet again for Trav to offer any type of news surrounding the album. Updating his Snapchat story last night, La Flame played a short clip of an unreleased song, possibly being considered for Astroworld.
While we only hear one of Travis' bars from the song, it sounds as though he is using a similar flow to that used on "Motorcycle Patches" from Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. Although it's impossible to form a complete opinion on the snippet thus far, one thing that is clear is the spacey instrumentals in the background. Cactus Jack raps over a beat that seems tailor-made for him, evoking an expanded galaxy vibe that Travis has proven to be fond of in the past.
The teaser is short but it promises an inevitable release of new music from La Flame. While we are not predicting anything imminently, Astroworld is expected to release before the end of this year and, in the past, September has been a go-to month for releases. Could we be looking at another fall drop for the Texas rapper?