Travis Scott Delivers ‘Utopia’ – His Fourth Studio Album Has Arrived

Team Climate Science
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Travis Scott has finally released his long-awaited fourth studio album, “Utopia,” through Cactus Jack and Epic Records. The album, which is available for streaming on Apple Music and Spotify, serves as the follow-up to Scott’s 2018 hit album, “Astroworld.” This release comes after the tragic incident at his Astroworld music festival in 2021, where 10 people lost their lives and many others were injured. Scott was recently cleared of criminal charges related to the incident.

Prior to the album’s release, Scott dropped the lead single, “K-POP,” featuring Bad Bunny and The Weeknd. Music from “Utopia” is also featured in Scott’s new film, “Circus Maximus,” which premiered in select AMC theaters on Thursday. The film was co-written and co-directed by Scott himself, along with Gaspar Noé, Nicolas Winding Refn, Harmony Korine, Valdimar Jóhannsson, and Kahlil Joseph.

Scott had planned to promote “Utopia” with a livestream event at the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt, but the event was officially canceled by Live Nation Middle East due to “complex production issues.” Despite earlier reports of the cancellation being refuted by the concert promoter, Scott later explained that Live Nation needed more time to properly organize the event.

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