Mike Dean drops a “Goosebumps” remix Those synths and bass lines are unmistakable. Super producer, Mike Dean, drops off the tour version of Travis Scott‘s Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight single, “Goosebumps” featuring Kendrick Lamar. Mike describes it via SoundCloud: My Take On Goosebumps like from the Late Night TV Shows If u like this check this out THREE . . .
Travis Scott showed up on strong on “4 AM” with 2 Chainz. Now, he is here with the music video for Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight single, “way back.” The visuals were shot in Houston and feature a cameo from the Rocket’s point guard, James Harden, starting out with the ball player taking in a barrage of . . .
2 Chainz gives us another look at his Pretty Girls Like Trap album. He ups the ante and recruits Travis Scott for “4 AM.” The project is currently available for pre-order on iTunes. Stream the Murda Beatz-produced track below along with the album art tracklist.
We got a trio of tracks from Bryson Tiller last week. Travis Scott follows that trend and frees up new music, as well. He drops “Green & Purple” ft. Playboi Carti, “Butterfly Effect,” & “A Man.” There’s no telling if these will end of on a future project or remain as loosies for the fans. The . . .
CTRL is definitely on the way! No official release date has been dropped but we have word that we’ll receive it this summer via RCA and Top Dawg Entertainment. On the way, TDE’s SZA unleashes her new single, “Love Galore” featuring the everlastingly lit Travis Scott. SZA gives behind the scenes looks as ‘CTRL’ nears . . .
We got teased with Wale‘s “Fish n Grits” with Travis Scott a while back, but now we have the final version. His forthcoming SHINE album is on the way and we have an official release date set for May 5th. Stream “Fish n Grits” and check out the SHINE track list below. Track list 1. Thank God . . .
Travis Scott brings a standout from Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight to life today with the help of some skin crawling new visuals. “Goosebumps,” which features Kendrick Lamar, is now accompanied by special affects that parallel the feel you’d get from video game, complete with some creepy unforeseen surprises. Watch the video for “Goosebumps” . . .
Celebrating his birthday, The Weeknd released the blazing visuals for “Reminder,” literally. The video has gratuitous dynamic scenery of the “city of angels,” women strewn throughout and a star-studded crew burning it down as they party. Cameos from A$AP Rocky, Travis Scott, YG, French Montana, and Drake are a key element of the video. OVOXO A post shared . . .
You could easily say that 2016 was one of the best years for hip-hop in recent memory, but who had the BEST year? The contributors at Artistic Manifesto submitted their pick of which artist had the biggest 2016, and wrote a speech from that artist’s perspective. Now it’s up to you, the reader, to decide . . .
After having an all-star year with the release of his Birds In The Trap Sing Mcknight album, Travis Scott lets loose another trick from his sleeve. Tonight he unleashes the official video for “beibs in the trap” with Toronto’s NAV. Watch below.
As promised, Gucci Mane and Travis Scott link up to deliver the visuals for their track, “Last Time.” Expect to see this song on Guwop’s The Return Of East Atlanta Santa album, scheduled to drop on December 16th. Watch below and grab the single on iTunes. At 1017 pm I’m dropping last time video ft Travis Scott — Gucci . . .
RhodyMajor is back and back with a bang as he adds his signature style to Travis Scott‘s “Antidote” single, a standout from his Rodeo album. The original was definitely a smash, so I admire the young producer for having the guts to remix this one. The outcome is a fun listen. We’ll never get tired . . .
After all the disappointment of the unauthorized Days before Birds project being pulled form streaming services, we now have some new, legitimate sounds from Travis Scott. This time, he jumps on Rae Sremmurd‘s “Swang” to give it his unique spin. The more I listen to it, the more this track sounds like a La Flame . . .
Update: Days before Birds will reportedly be taken down from streaming sites; was “not approved by Travis Scott.” (Oct. 15th) Welp, the new Travis Scott compilation we got on Friday was not supposed to be released as it was not approved. It is currently in the process of being taken down from streaming services. A representative . . .
After coming off of a #1 debuting album and new publishing deal with Grand Hustle Publishing/Universal Music Publishing Group, Travis Scott drops his brand new LA FLAME documentary. It shows footage that leads up to the release of Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight from live shows to studio sessions and everything else in between. Get behind . . .