Another Travis Scott remix of Kodak Black’s “Come In Peace” shows up on OG Chase B’s Streets Need That 5 mixtape, as XXL calls attention to. The first tune showed up on Kodak’s Project Baby 2, his second LP this year which he discharged in August. The 1-minute blend of the melody includes another verse from Travis, highlighting a lot of off the cuff work and support vocals, with some warbles crawling underneath Kodak’s verse too.
Last we heard, Travis was working diligently on not one but rather two tasks. The Houston rapper has reported his follow-up to 2016’s Birds In The Trap Sing McKnight, which will be titled Astroworld, and in addition a starting at yet-untitled cooperation with Quavo from Migos. Subsequent to proposing he was in “Collection MODE” on Twitter half a month back, Travis gave a report on the two collections amid an execution. “Me and Quavo collection going to drop genuine soon, Astroworld going to drop genuine soon.” He’s additionally been seen in the studio with Metro Boomin, who he beforehand worked with on the gold-confirmed single “3500” from Rodeo. A week ago, Travis Scott could be seen working with humming SoundCloud rapper Smokepurpp.
Scott was as of late highlighted on Miguel’s joyful new single “Sky Walker,” one of a couple of new radio records he’s been attached to including Major Lazer’s “Know No Better” and DJ Khaled’s “Don’t Quit.”
Still no word on a discharge date for both of his up and coming ventures, yet from the looks of things, there will be no lack of new Travis music sooner rather than later.