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Travis Scott released his long awaited sophomore album titled ‘Days to Rodeo’ on the 18th of August. The project seems to have been well received by La Flame fans across the world.

The album features production from Wondagurl, Metro Boomin, Mike Dean, Southside, Oz, Lex Luger and Travis himself just to mention a few.

Rich Homie Quan, Young Thug, Big Sean, The 1975, Migos and Peewee Longway came and did their bit.
I feel the need to commend Travis on how he kept to his vision of always doing ‘ill shit’ as he calls it. On earlier interviews he mentioned how this album was to be a continuation or a new level of Owl Pharoah. Owl Pharoah and Days to Rodeo certainly feel different. While I can say that at this point I’m still not all the way ‘turned,’ I have been impressed by Travis’ overall growth as a rapper, producer and. It’s great to see and hear that everybody featured on the project got and clearly understood the ‘Days to Rodeo memo’ because they all delivered.

Follow the links below to stream the album as well as view some Travis Scott footage.

Travis Scott- Days to Rodeo

Travi$ Scott – Don’t Play Feat. Big Sean & The 1975 (Prod. By Vinylz) [Dirty]

Metro Boomin and Travis Scott working on Skyfall

Travis Scott performing Mamacita