As Fans Wait For The “Utopia” Album, Travis Scott And Pharrell Collaborate In The Studio

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.”

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