Travis Scott previews new collaborative LP with Chase B, ‘Escapism’
Throughout the course of the pandemic, Travis Scott has jumped from one exciting project to the next. In 2020 alone, he’s collaborated with a number of high-profile acts including Kid Cudi, Christine and the Queens, Rosalia, and now Chase B on a brand new album, Escapism.
Scott recently set aside a block on .WAV Radio to welcome Chase B and share music from the upcoming LP. In total, Scott and B premiered eight songs from the album with a slew of notable features from tastemakers in the world of modern rap including Young Thug, Sheck Wes, Big Sean, Swae Lee, Nav, and more.
There was no indication of a full track list, the total number of featured artists that listeners can expect to see, or even a release date for the new album, but those who would like to hear the new music from Scott and B can stream the full show here. Skip to the 90-minute mark to check out the tunes.
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