Billboards for Travis Scott’s highly-anticipated upcoming album, Utopia, are starting to pop up near the Coachella grounds in Los Angeles. The billboards don’t hold or supply any further info regarding the upcoming LP, but they suggest that fans be on the lookout.
“PSST…,” “WRONG WAY!” and “Looking for UTOPIA?” the billboards read.
Scott had initially been scheduled to perform at Coachella, until his infamous Astroworld tragedy of a fest, were 10 people lost their lives during a crowd surge. Despite cancelling his set, rumour had it that he would be brought out by Kanye West during his headlining performance, but even the Donda rapper pulled out of the fest earlier this month.
Rumours are still in circulation that the tragedy that occurred at the Astroworld Fest has caused a delay in the release of Utopia, which should make sense to everyone.
Back in 2021, though, Scott had talked about his plans for the album with Variety. As he spoke on those plans, he said that the new album is “feeling like a progression from ‘Astroworld,’ I’m starting to shape a new soundscape. It’s pretty interesting — I’m always looking to see how people are taking it in and pushing it to another level, just growing from where I left off and taking it to an untouchable height.”