Travis Scott hasn’t yet made an official statement regarding the release date of his eagerly anticipated follow-up to 2018’s Astroworld, but a recent image of Cactus Jack having a good time in the recording studio with a former associate has fans wondering what kind of music we can expect from Utopia.
According to HipHopDX, a photo of La Flame happy and appearing to be preparing something with a grinning Pharrell Williams surfaced online on Saturday (August 27). This image sparked a lot of discussion on what the father of two will be bringing to the table with his upcoming project.
Previously, Skateboard P contributed his production skills to the 2015 album Rodeo when he collaborated with Mike Dean, Scott, and Allen Ritter on the tune “Flying High,” which features Toro y Moi. A few years later, he collaborated with Tame Impala and Canadian superstar The Weeknd to help Scott with the Astroworld song “Skeletons,” proving that the two musicians have a history of creating magic together.
Although it is yet unknown if Pharrell will be joining “Utopia,” we have already seen the Houston-born rapper perform at London’s O2 Arena earlier this summer, when he debuted unheard songs like “God’s Country” and “Lost Forever.”