Travis Scott has assured fans that his highly anticipated upcoming album Utopia will soon arrive. The Texas rapper (real name Jacques Webster) has only recently made a comeback following his two-year hiatus and is ensuring his loyal followers that the long-awaited follow-up to Astroworld is complete.
The Houston native previewed Utopia in its entirety for the city’s Astros baseball team, and new footage of the emcee at Minute Maid Park has emerged in which he can be seen sitting in the locker room playing the project for his favourite Baseball club.
In a conversation with FOX 26 Houston’s Sports correspondent Mark Berman, when asked about the body of work, Webster told the presenter, “It’s on the way now, Mark.” In fact, the emcee even elaborated that he and his team are in the process of “finishing the master.”
It has been five years since Scott released his Astroworld album, and following the Astroworld crowd crush tragedy, the musician has been slowly but surely phasing himself back into music-making. 2022 saw Scott perform back-to-back, electrifying sell-out shows in London and take up a Las Vegas club residency. Furthermore, the lyricist has been detailing his upcoming collaborators, such as Pharrell. However, the album has yet to surface.
Having just featured on Chase B’s single ‘Ring Ring’ alongside Quavo, Don Toliver and Ty Dolla $ign, perhaps this time Webster may be ready to show Utopia to the world. You can see footage of Scott previewing his album at Minute Maid Park in the video below.