Travis Scott, the rap superstar and creative visionary, is ready to unveil his highly anticipated fourth studio album, Utopia, to the world. And he has chosen one of the most iconic and ancient landmarks on the planet as the backdrop for his launch event: the Pyramids of Giza in Egypt. On July 28, Scott will perform live from the pyramids, showcasing his new music and giving fans a glimpse of his utopian vision.
The event will be livestreamed on his website, where tickets are available in various tiers. Utopia is Scott’s follow-up to his critically acclaimed and commercially successful 2018 album, Astroworld, which cemented his status as one of the most influential artists of his generation.
Scott has been teasing Utopia for months, with billboards in Los Angeles, snippets on social media, and previews for Houston Astros players. He has also revealed that he has returned to producing his own beats for the album, and that he has collaborated with legendary producer Rick Rubin and other artists such as Bad Bunny, James Blake, and Future. Utopia is expected to drop in late July, although the exact release date has not been confirmed yet. Scott has described the album as a blend of psychedelic rock and hip-hop, and as a reflection of his personal growth and evolution. Fans can expect a sonic journey that will transport them to Scott’s utopian world, where anything is possible.