Chase B went on the record to clear up rumors surrounding the next Travis Scott studio album.
Speaking to Hip Hop N More, B clarified that the title of Scott’s upcoming album isn’t Utopia. “Oh nah, it’s not. I think that’s just him being Trav. Just feeling good, in the moment,” he said, also confirming that “Travis is working on his album.”
Fans speculated the Utopia title after Scott posted a short handwritten note in celebration of the second anniversary of Astroworld. “Happy Astroversary a 2 year ride that’s still one of my favorites!!! Album means so much to me!! To everyone that bumps and rages to that soundtrack I love you. Let’s keep the ride going see you in Utopia,” the rapper wrote.
Elsewhere in the interview, B spoke more about his upcoming solo album and the joint project with Don Toliver entitled Escapism. Not a lot of information was divulged about his solo release except that Young Thug and Scott will make appearances. “…I think I’m in a very important position to bridge certain gaps in Hip-Hop. I feel like I’m at an age where I understand and respect what happened before me and at the same time, I came up playing very new generation music,” he explained. “So I wanted to make it a point to focus on that musically and balance it out with the features. I wanted to challenge myself to bridge those gaps.”
In other music news, Freddie Gibbs and Machinedrum linked up for “Kane Train.”
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