Travis Scott Reveals Plans to Release Music After 'Astroworld'

“.WAV Radio is definitely coming back.”

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Travis Scott has more music up his sleeve. After confirming Astroworld‘s release date and hyping up the album with inflatable sculptures of his own head, the rapper recently revealed some forthcoming plans to Zane Lowe. As Scott drove to Mike Dean‘s house, he confirms that Sheck Wes is on Astroworld — one of the musicians seen in Hawaii with Scott earlier this month — and declares that .WAV Radio, his currently-defunct Beats 1 radio show, will return. Furthermore, Scott and his DJ, Chase B, are “gonna drop mad songs that I was working on in the process of working on the album,” meaning that the revived .WAV Radio will be must-listen programming for fans.

Check out the brief interview in full below. Recently, MR PORTER styled Scott for an editorial follow-up to his GQ cover.

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