Travis Scott continues his music releases with “Swang” Remix. After the mishap on Friday, with Birds in the Trap, it is clear he is not letting that stop his music production. If you haven’t heard about the ten song project, or missed your chance to listen to it at all, you are not alone. Only a select few were blessed with the opportunity to listen to Birds in the Trap, and if you were one of them, consider yourself lucky!
The project was released and removed all in the same day. A new level to exclusive. After Travis Scott’s representatives claimed the album was unauthorized it was soon removed. The project could have been potential gold with features such as Young Thug, Lil Uzi Vert, PartyNextDoor, Wale but the rest of the world may not ever know. Regardless of the potential of the project, it seems that Travis Scott is trying to send a message with his new release, “Swang” which is a remix from Rae Sremmurd‘s album SremmLife 2.
While Days Before Birds may have been a hit, let’s not forget Birds in the Trap Sing Mcknight and that it reached number 1 on the Billboard album chart (and if you haven’t heard this, then you must be living under a rock). Travis Scott has been releasing consistent hits and I don’t see that stopping with his representatives.
By releasing more music after his work was deleted to the public, Travis Scott continues to release music regardless of what his music representatives has to say. And d**n good music at that. Listen to the new track “Swang” while you have a chance. You never know if it is “authorized” or not, and trust me you don’t want to miss out on this one!
Check out the new track above!
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