Fans will have to wait until next year for Utopia.
Travis Scott revealed that his highly-anticipated album won’t arrive until 2021. He recently sent a handwritten letter to radio DJs across the country thanking them for their support. At the end of his message, he teased his next project.
“Thank you again! For all of the support and see you guys in 2021 in Utopia!!” wrote Travis.
Travis Scott says his album “UTOPIA” is dropping next year 2021 pic.twitter.com/N4tnJnK2p2
— Complex Ambition (@CmplxAmbition) October 16, 2020
Fans now believe that the long-awaited follow-up to Astroworld will drop next year. In the meantime, Travis has been feeding fans with new music including his Young Thug and M.I.A.-assisted single “Franchise,” which topped the Billboard Hot 100 and spawned a remix with Future.
During an episode of .WAV Radio earlier this month, he previewed a song with Bryson Tiller called “Blunt Talk” as well as a collaboration with 21 Savage.
Travis has yet to officially announce Utopia as his official album title, but he has referenced it on social media, in his McDonald’s merch, and in interviews. “Where does one go after Astroworld? You go to utopia. That’s where we go,” he told GQ.
GOING TO GO COOK UP AND BUILD THESE WALLS FOR UTOPIA. SEE YOU GUYS SOON.
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) October 5, 2020