Travis' upcoming album has made his brain "more radical" everytime he's played it.
Travis Scott has been promising his next album Astroworld is "coming soon" for well over a year, and he's continued to hype the project without sharing any solid details in a new interview with the Berlin-based 032c magazine. The interview concludes with a Public Service Announcement from Travis, which he requests the writer print in all caps and all bold font.
TO ALL THE FANS THAT COME FROM MILES, I HAVE BEEN WORKING VIGOROUSLY ON MY ALBUM THAT HAS MADE MY BRAIN MORE RADICAL EVERY TIME I PLAY IT. IT MAKES STORMI HIT THE MOONWALK EVERY TIME I HIT PLAY. AND IT'S SOMETHING I PLAN ON DELIVERING TO THE FANS AT ULTIMATE VOLUME. COME ONE. COME ALL. BE PREPARED TO RAGE AND LEAVE IT OUT ON THE FLOOR. THANK YOU AND GOODNIGHT, FROM ASTROWORLD.
Seeing that Stormi, Travis' daughter with Kylie Jenner, is not even a year old, these are some bold claims. However, it still leaves much to the imagination as far as what the album sounds like and when fans can expect it to be released.
Travis released "Watch," a single with Lil Uzi Vert and Kanye West, last month. The song is expected to land on Astroworld, which will be Travis' first full-length project since 2016's Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight. At the beginning of May, an Astroworld billboard appeared in Houston, which seemed to hint that the long-awaited project may soon arrive. In a recent interview with LA Leakers, Travis shared some insight into the direction of the album. "It's kinda like a more personal album," he said. I just want people to kind of get to know me and like really get to know the rage inside and really what's going on in my mental, like really what I be thinking." He previewed a new song from the project at Rolling Loud earlier this month, as well as telling fans, "Astroworld coming sooner than my motherfuckin' dick can get hard."