Travis Scott's First 'Astroworld' Merch Collection Is Now Live

For 24 hours only.

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Excitement over Travis Scott‘s Astroworld has reached a fever peak, with the release date nearing, the album cover confirmed and giant inflatable heads popping up around America. Now, fans have another element to anticipate: an exclusive line of Astroworld merch.

A host of thematic gear — already teased via live performances and social media — will debut via the rapper’s dedicated web shop prior to the album launch. Each delivery will only be available for 24 hours; afterwards, a new selection will debut. The 28-piece collection will be rolled out over the course of 9 days, and as an added bonus, will include the digital version of Astroworld upon release date and pre-sale ticket access to one of Scott’s upcoming headline tours.

The first delivery is currently live on Travis Scott’s web shop. Elsewhere, Zane Lowe chatted with Scott about future musical plans.

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