Travis Scott releasing Utopia is coming much sooner than people may think. Billboards that tease the album are appearing along the I-10 highway that leads into this week’s Coachella event located in Indio, Calif.
The official Cactus Jack Instagram account posted photos of the billboards. One reads “PSST …….,” while another is adorned with Cactus Jack’s logo. Cactus Jack logo. Another billboard reads “Looking for UTOPIA?” and then one with the words “WRONG WAY!”
Fans were ecstatic and speculated on what this could mean. “OMG, ITS HAPPENING,” wrote one person, and another took this as a hint that Travis has a mixtape rumored Dystopia is set to drop before the album. “It says wrong way because we must look for dystopia first and after utopia.”
Travis Scott Releasing Utopia Will Be Huge
Travis was scheduled to be the headliner at Coachella 2020, but the two-week festival was canceled due to the pandemic. Following the Astroworld catastrophe in November that resulted in the deaths of 10, the promoters decided not to book him again. Travis Scott releasing Utopia will get him back on track with his fans.
However, he was set to be a part of Kanye West in his headlining set. Unfortunately, Ye quit at the last moment. There was a report that Travis was looking to replace Ye for the gig after the cancellation. But, The Weeknd, along with Swedish House Mafia, was scheduled for Sunday’s closing slot.
Utopia, the follow-up album to Astroworld, the album Travis Scott released in 2018 Astroworld Astroworld, was delayed due to the aftermath of the tragic festival. As a result, it’s unclear which date the new album will be released. Before Astroworld, Travis dropped two songs, “Mafia” and “Escape Plan.”
When he spoke to Billboard in January, the producer Wheezy disclosed that he was heading to Mexico to finish his “finishing touches” on the album, which is expected to feature the album’s “whole new sound.”
“I’m working with some new people, and I’m just trying to expand the sound,” Travis said to the i-D magazine in the year 2000. “I’ve been creating beats once more, wrapping myself beats, making everything come together, and working to develop it into something truly. This has been one of the most enjoyable things about making this album. I’m growing, working with new people, delivering the whole new sound and a new variety.”