It’s beginning to look a lot like a Christmas release for Travis Scott and Quavo’s joint project, Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. The duo has just teased a Dec. 25 release date for their long-awaited effort.
“Merry Christmas,” the guys captioned a preview of the album artwork, which was designed by Ralph Steadman, the 81-year-old artist who is famous for his illustrations on Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas, Alice in Wonderland, and Animal Farm.
“My Man Ralph Steadman thank u,” wrote Scott. “I️ Love u man thanks for being part of this ride. Ps. Them studio nights let’s not mention those lol.”
It’s been a long year of teases for Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho. Now, it’s looking like it could drop before 2017 is over. The Christmas release would precede Migos’ Culture II and La Flame’s AstroWorld.
“Me and this Travis record is going to be the biggest collab album that you probably heard for the 2017 and 2018,” Quavo recently revealed. “We’ve been sitting, marinating, working. It’s done. It’s off for mixing. So you know when it’s done for mixing, it’s ready to go.”
UPDATE: Christmas comes early. Travis has revealed that Huncho Jack, Jack Huncho will drop at midnight tonight.
— TRAVIS SCOTT (@trvisXX) December 21, 2017