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Taking over GQ’s latest music issue, Travis Scott revealed that he has some new music on the way, one being a featured track in Christopher Nolan’s much delayed film “Tenet” and a forthcoming joint album with Mr. Rager himself, Kid Cudi.
The upcoming collaborative effort is a follow up to the the pair’s recent number one release “THE SCOTTS”, which served as the official introduction for the two rappers. Although La Flame didn’t reveal much about the pending project, the Houston-bred rapper shed some light on his own solo project that’s expected to drop before the Cudi collab, saying, “I think with this next project I’m just embodying all of the knowledge I’ve taken in and trying to make the best form of it”.
Fans of THE SCOTTS can look forward to a lot of “firmness” from the upcoming album.
Also in the interview, Travis spoke out against police brutality and the work he is attempting to be a part of the “bigger picture,” in his raised city of Houston, beyond pledging of money for his community and he also shares the conversations he has with his mentor and brother-in-law Kanye West about Ye’s fluctuating political views.
Peep the full GQ interview here.