Travis Scott Drops "FRANCHISE" PROMO TEES and CD Ahead of Single Release

Priced at just $10 and $4 USD.

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Shortly after announcing his upcoming “FRANCHISE” single with a concise George Condo artwork assisted release, Travis Scott has now dropped a set of PROMO TEES and a CD.

Coming ahead of the scheduled Friday release of “FRANCHISE,” the PROMO TEES fittingly continues the homage to Atlanta hip-hop crew Dem Franchize Boyz’s “white-tee.” “YUP!” and “GOT EM’ BAMBOOZLED” are boldly emblazoned on the front accompanied by small hits that note La Flame’s latest track, tease his forthcoming UTOPIA album and the Cactus Jack logo. The grassroots promotional theme of the drop is fully realized with the “FRANCHISE” CD PROMO SINGLE, which comes in simple white paper packaging and is simply marked with a nondescript barcode.

Priced at just $10 and $4 USD respectively, the “FRANCHISE” PROMO TEES and CD are available now on Travis Scott’s website.

 

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FRANCHISSSSSSSSSSSSEEEEEEEEEEEEEEE !!!!!!! My speakers can’t fucking handle

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