While details for Travi$ Scott’s upcoming album have been scarce at best, it seems we now have a significant update from La Flame. During a recent trip to the Moog Music Factory in NYC, G.O.O.D Music’s own Mike Dean stopped by and put in some serious work. After spending a total of 48 hours at the Music Moog Factory, Mike Dean had synthesized a brand new instrumental titled “Grande Faucon” (listen/watch below). The instrumental is reminiscent of Mike Dean’s work on Yeezus, to which Scott also had a hand in. This makes Scott’s interest in the beat completely understandable and should compliment his style in more ways than one.
Even though the beat was only released a few days ago, Scott has already declared this as the first instrumental on his upcoming album. Scott recently tweeted “This actually The intro Tom My álbum” in reference to Mike Dean’s latest creation (see below). Judging from the prominent spelling and grammatical errors, its likely Scott was in the midst of turning up while hearing it for the first time.
Unfortunately, that’s about all we have at the moment. With no official album title or release date for Scott’s sophomore album, things still seem largely up in the air. However, Lyor Cohen of 300 Entertainment, has recently commented on the upcoming project, calling it a “classic.” This is now leading fans to suspect the project is most likely closer to completion than previously thought, and considering Travis Scott’s cryptic and alternative style, there’s a good chance we may have another surprise drop on our hands. Listen to the entire instrumental below.
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) April 20, 2016
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