After years of anticipation, Travis Scott’s highly-anticipated fourth studio album, “Utopia,” is finally set to be released on July 28th. The album will be Scott’s first full-length release since his critically-acclaimed 2018 album, “Astroworld.”
Scott has been teasing “Utopia” for the past few years, and it has been met with high expectations from fans. The album is said to be a concept album that explores the theme of utopia, and it is rumored to feature collaborations with artists such as Kanye West, Kid Cudi, and Young Thug.
In addition to the album, Scott will also be releasing a accompanying film titled “Circus Maximus.” The film will be a visual odyssey that takes viewers on a journey through Scott’s vision of utopia.
“Utopia” is sure to be one of the most anticipated albums of the year, and it is sure to be a critical and commercial success. Fans will have to wait until July 28th to hear the full album, but the early singles released so far have been promising.
Scott has released one single from “Utopia” so far: “K-pop” (ft. Bad Bunny and The Weeknd). The single is quickly becoming one of the hottest records in the streets single the premiere last Friday.
“K-pop” is a upbeat and playful track that features a sample of the song “Gangnam Style” by Psy. The song has been praised for its catchy melody and its fun and carefree attitude.
“Utopia” is sure to be a major release for Travis Scott, and it is sure to be one of the most talked-about albums of the year. Fans will have to wait until July 28th to hear the full album, but the early singles released so far have been promising.
Check out the first official single “K-Pop” here: