Hot off the sinister “goosebumps” music video, Travis Scott gives fans a dose of what they can expect from his forthcoming joint project with Quavo.
Beats 1 host Zane Lowe premiered the low-fi material after speaking with Scott about “goosebumps.” According to Lowe, the music was played during a FaceTime conversation, which explains the diminished quality of the recordings.
Nevertheless, fans seem to be thrilled about the prospect of a collaborative project given the snippets that aired. Over hard-hitting beats, Scott and Quavo harmonize and rap in Auto-Tune with their frequently-used “skrr-skrr” and chirp ad-libs throughout.
La Flame and Quavo have become frequent collaborators, most recently appearing on Drake’s “Portland” and their Lil Uzi Vert-assisted “Go Off” single from The Fate of the Furious soundtrack. Before that, they teamed up on the Young Thug-assisted “Pick Up the Phone.”
Their bond seems to be strong and much deeper than music. Yesterday, Scott wished Quavo a happy birthday on Twitter, referring to him as his “brother from another.”
Travis isn’t just working on this highly-anticipated project. He is also reportedly executive producing G.O.O.D. Music’s Cruel Winter compilation, and readying his third album AstroWorld. Plus, he’s currently on his “Birds Eye View Tour.”