Travis Scott and Kanye West

Travis Scott: Kanye West Wants 'Swish' to Be 'The Illest'

  /  01.25.2016

Kanye West’s Swish is easily one of the most anticipated albums of 2016. And according to Travis Scott, the G.O.O.D. Music mogul is making sure it lives up to its “best album of all time” title—even if it means no food or rest.

“I feel like it’s going to be like a very good fu**ing album,” Travis told Billboard at Winterfest during Sundance. “The motherfu**er is going in on this album. That ni**a not sleepin’, ni**a ain’t eatin’. Shit’s crazy, it’s lit. He just focusing on this album, he really wants this album to be the illest. So I’m just here to support that.”

While Kanye is featured on “Piss on Your Grave” off Travis’ debut Rodeo, it’s still unclear if the Houston rapper is featured on Swish. So far, features include Kendrick Lamar, Ty Dolla $ign, Post Malone, Sia, and Vic Mensa.

During the interview, Travis also spoke about Kendrick Lamar’s 11 Grammy nominations, and revealed that he wants to collaborate with M.I.A. “I feel like the way she creates is so ill, I just want to work with her and just bounce ideas,” he said. “We probably don’t even have to make music. We could just talk.”


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