Audio Push are teaming with Travi$ Scott for “Party 101,” a track produced by Hit-Boy, Boi-1da, and Rey Reel. The track arrives following the release of Audio Push’s Inland Empire mixtape, which also had a feature from Scott, who recently released his debut album, Rodeo. Check out “Party 101” after the jump.
It’s literally days before Rodeo. Travi$ Scott’s long-awaited debut album, Rodeo, will be out September 4th. And now he’s sharing the official tracklist for the album, and it features Kanye West, 2 Chainz, Future, and more. That’s the art above. Check out the tracklist for Rodeo after the jump.
Travi$ Scott will be dropping his highly-anticipated, long-gestating debut album Rodeo later this year, and he’s been teasing it for quite some time. But after embarking on a nationwide tour with Young Thug this past spring the rollout for the new album began with “3500” featuring Atlantans Future and 2 Chainz. Now Scott, who is aware his fans are getting restless, is sharing a new track to hold ’em over while the rollout continues. Here he’s sharing “Antidote” featuring production from WondaGurl and Eestbound, which will not appear on Rodeo. However some have already taken issue with the track, including ATL super-producer Mike Will Made It, who is claiming Scott’s “Antidote” “sounds like” a Rae Sremmurd track. You be the judge after the jump.
You don’t see many 7+ minute rap songs nowadays. But Houston’s Travi$ Scott is looking to change that with his latest single, “3500.” “3500” is the first official single from Scott’s forthcoming debut album, Rodeo. It features Atlanta heavyweights 2 Chainz and Future. Peep the Metro Boomin, Mike Dean and Zaytoven-produced song after the jump, and hit iTunes for a purchase if you’re feeling it.
Just when you thought Amber Rose was prepared to behave amiably towards her ex-beau Kanye West, she drops a bombshell late night at a Los Angeles nightclub. After an undisclosed number of songs from the rapper/producer’s extensive catalogue were played, Amber Rose took to the mic to request the DJ, “Stop playing n*ggas I used to f*ck.” Read More