After being hounded by a multitude of fans on social media, Travis Scott has finally released his follow-up tape to his major label debut, Rodeo. This new LP, Birds in The Trap Sing McKnight was supposed to drop on August 26th. But to the dismay of fans, it was not released. Legendary hip-hop producer Mike Dean said that he had not finished mixing the album earlier in the week.
#birds I’m still mixing this album not letting travis drop until I’m done.
— MIKE DEAN! #MWA (@therealmikedean) August 25, 2016
Then, Travis took to his twitter last night to confirm some big news. Scott announced that he was dropping the album on his Apple Music affiliated Beats 1 program WAV. Radio.
TOMMOROW TUNE IN.
WE EATTING MAJOR
KIDS LINK UP. pic.twitter.com/HiMFJ4wiPx
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) September 1, 2016
Birds In The Night Sing McKnight features contributions from rappers Kid Cudi, Andre 300 and recently named XXL Freshmen, 21 Savage. Even popstar, Justin Bieber is featured on Travis’ latest project.
Production wise, Scott continues to develope his Yeezus inspired sound that has catapulted him into stardom. Travis enlists some of the industries well-known hitmakers to craft the vibe of the LP. The iconic Swizz Beatz lent his talents to a track on the project.
— cha$e (@16Chase16) September 2, 2016
BITNSM, after one listen sounds like an even bigger production than his debut. This is to be expected, however, the support Scott is able to get for his second project is a testament to his influence in the game right now.
The fact that an A-list artist like Kendrick Lamar is reaching out to Scott this early in his career means that he is destined for greatness.
Stream Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight here.
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