HOUSTON, TX – The long-awaited new music from Travis Scott may finally arrive this month as the superstar Houston rapper hints at releasing his album. Originally scheduled to be performed at the Pyramid of Giza, the album release has been canceled due to Scott's controversial past.
Titled 'Utopia,' the album is set to be released by the end of July 2023. While the track list has not been completely confirmed, Genius expects songs featuring Future, Metro Booming, Bad Bunny, and The Weeknd.
Fans have been eagerly anticipating a new album for years. However, it was delayed following the tragedy at Astrofest 2021, where Scott is still dealing with the aftermath. During that concert, ten people died, and 300 were injured in what some described as hell on earth. These events have led to difficulties in booking new venues for Scott's performances.
Alongside the album release, Scott was expected to host his first major live event at the Great Pyramid of Giza. However, the concert is likely to be canceled after the Egyptian Syndicate of Musical Professions referred to Scott as a Freemason who performs satanic rituals during his shows. In response, Scott issued a public statement denying all of these claims.
The show was originally scheduled for July 28, 2023, which aligns with the anticipated album release date.